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Magazine articles on environmental science and geology.
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Geotimes
May 2004
Reds Wolman: From Cows to Pebble Counts In January, geomorphologist Reds Wolman received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the National Council for Science and the Environment. mark for My Articles 1 similar article
Adventure
May 2004
Tim Cahill
Blown Away Hot, dry katabatic winds, like the south foehn in Europe, the sharav in the Middle East, and the Santa Ana of Southern California, are all believed to have a decided effect on human behavior and are associated with such health problems as migraines, depression, lethargy, and moodiness. mark for My Articles 75 similar articles
Geotimes
April 2004
Early volcanic living? Microbes thrive in unexpected places, including seafloor hotspots, where energy and nutrients from hydrothermal vents or volcanic activity make life easy. mark for My Articles 24 similar articles
Geotimes
April 2004
Rossbacher & Rhodes
The Department You Save May Be Your Own: Part I To stay away from the budget-cutting block, departments must be proactive. Geology faculty and students can do a lot to save themselves by never allowing administrators to think they are expendable. mark for My Articles 39 similar articles
Science News
April 24, 2004
Janet Raloff
Chicken Farming, Ammonia, and Coastal Threats How ammonia waste from chicken farms in the Delmarva region are impacting the Chesapeake Bay's ecology. mark for My Articles 20 similar articles
Geotimes
April 2004
Megan Sever
A Midwest Glacial Retreat Giant potholes carved by glacial melt during the last ice age, basalt flows from the mid-continental rift and deep chasms from glaciers offer a great lesson in geology during a hike, rock-climb or canoe trip in Minnesota and Wisconsin Interstate State Parks. mark for My Articles 42 similar articles
Geotimes
April 2004
Tim Palucka
A Climate of Your Own The largest climate modeling experiment ever devised is running on borrowed time, literally. The model is taking computing time on loan from more than 47,000 personal computers worldwide, with the full knowledge and consent of their owners. mark for My Articles 162 similar articles
Smithsonian
May 2004
Douglas Chadwick
A Mine of Its Own Where miners used to dig, an endangered bat now flourishes, highlighting a new use for abandoned mineral sites. mark for My Articles 37 similar articles
Reactive Reports
Issue 37
David Bradley
Shipping News International shipping may be one of the largest sources of air pollutants along the Norwegian coast and in the Northern Atlantic. mark for My Articles 337 similar articles
Geotimes
April 2004
Naomi Lubick
EPA announces ozone hotspots The Environmental Protection Agency released a list yesterday of U.S. counties that need to come into compliance for amounts of ozone in the atmosphere at ground levels. mark for My Articles 114 similar articles
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