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Fading fishermen: Industry faces warming world | The Salt Lake Tribune

Fading fishermen: Industry faces warming world | The Salt Lake Tribune

Eliminating water-borne bacteria with pages from The Drinkable Book could save lives

Eliminating water-borne bacteria with pages from The Drinkable Book could save lives

US Warming Fastest in Northeast, Southwest

US Warming Fastest in Northeast, Southwest

David Manning, a Univ. of Georgia doctoral student, and John Kominoski, a former UGA postdoctoral researcher who is now an assistant professor at Florida International Univ., perform maintenance on the pump used to add nutrients to one of the streams in their experiment. Image: Jon Benstead, Univ. of Alabamahttp://www.laboratoryequipment.com/news/2015/03/stream-pollution-killing-aquatic-life?et_cid=4448280&et_rid=650445760&location=top

David Manning, a Univ. of Georgia doctoral student, and John Kominoski, a former UGA postdoctoral researcher who is now an assistant professor at Florida International Univ., perform maintenance on the pump used to add nutrients to one of the streams in their experiment. Image: Jon Benstead, Univ. of Alabamahttp://www.laboratoryequipment.com/news/2015/03/stream-pollution-killing-aquatic-life?et_cid=4448280&et_rid=650445760&location=top

A Recycling Program in Mozambique Is Reducing Waste and Empowering Women | TakePart

A Recycling Program in Mozambique Is Reducing Waste and Empowering Women | TakePart

Decrease in Polar Ice Leads to Boost in Seafloor Creatures- A researcher reports that the loss of sea ice over Antarctic waters in some areas has led to the increased growth of creatures living on the sea floor. Those underwater assemblages are acting as an important and unexpected carbon sink.

Decrease in Polar Ice Leads to Boost in Seafloor Creatures- A researcher reports that the loss of sea ice over Antarctic waters in some areas has led to the increased growth of creatures living on the sea floor. Those underwater assemblages are acting as an important and unexpected carbon sink.

2015 -Climate policy: Democracy is not an inconvenience : Nature News & Comment

2015 -Climate policy: Democracy is not an inconvenience : Nature News & Comment

Deployment of scientific instrumentation for measuring microbial processes in the sediment is shown: Byfjord, Sweden. http://www.laboratoryequipment.com/news/2015/02/scientists-resuscitate-dead-fjord?et_cid=4430979&et_rid=650445760&location=top   Image: Alexander Treusch, Univ. of Southern Denmark

Deployment of scientific instrumentation for measuring microbial processes in the sediment is shown: Byfjord, Sweden. http://www.laboratoryequipment.com/news/2015/02/scientists-resuscitate-dead-fjord?et_cid=4430979&et_rid=650445760&location=top Image: Alexander Treusch, Univ. of Southern Denmark

Methane, for those who skipped chemistry, is a greenhouse gas emitted from industry, agriculture, and waste management activities like wastewater treatment plants.  While doing her PhD at Stanford University, Molly Morse and co-founder Allison Pieja found a way to produce a biodegradable plastic using bacteria fed by methane. This was the starting point for Mango Materials, founded in 2010 by Morse and Pieja. - See more at: http://www.theoptimist.com/daily/#sthash.W2aZASYY.dpuf

Methane, for those who skipped chemistry, is a greenhouse gas emitted from industry, agriculture, and waste management activities like wastewater treatment plants. While doing her PhD at Stanford University, Molly Morse and co-founder Allison Pieja found a way to produce a biodegradable plastic using bacteria fed by methane. This was the starting point for Mango Materials, founded in 2010 by Morse and Pieja. - See more at: http://www.theoptimist.com/daily/#sthash.W2aZASYY.dpuf

2017-The federal science agency discontinued a funding stream for graduate students in environmental science because of administrative workload.

2017-The federal science agency discontinued a funding stream for graduate students in environmental science because of administrative workload.

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