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Magazine articles on environmental science and geology.
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July 10, 2012
Dave Golokhov
Heat And Mood It's been the warmest six months in United States history (on the mainland), and if the heat wave is getting to you, you're not the only one. According to a new study, we all get a bit cranky when it's hot out. mark for My Articles 52 similar articles
Chemistry World
June 28, 2012
Laura Howes
Fracking given green light by UK report The controversial practice of fracking, or hydraulic fracturing, has been given a boost by a new report published today by the UK Department of Energy and Climate Change. mark for My Articles 48 similar articles
Chemistry World
June 28, 2012
Jennifer Newton
Extracting nuclear energy from seawater It's estimated that there's more than 4.5 billion tons of uranium in the ocean. US scientists have used a ligand that can form a complex with a uranyl ion to enable uranium to be extracted from seawater. mark for My Articles 30 similar articles
Chemistry World
June 27, 2012
Maria Burke
Mystery metal revealed by UK atmospheric inventory The first detailed analysis of air pollution in the UK for more than a decade has revealed some puzzling findings. mark for My Articles 103 similar articles
Chemistry World
June 27, 2012
Steve Down
Single particles take flight An international team of researchers has developed a way to study the shape and structure of individual aerosol particles in their native environment. This should help climate modellers and toxicologists to get a better handle on why aerosols behave in the way they do. mark for My Articles 56 similar articles
Chemistry World
May 24, 2012
Jon Evans
Can magma crystals predict eruptions? Mineral crystals blasted out from volcanoes can provide a window into the powerful processes going on inside those volcanoes, say UK and German earth scientists. mark for My Articles 82 similar articles
Chemistry World
May 18, 2012
Anthony King
Ultra-low sulfur jet fuel on the radar The costs and benefits of introducing ultra-low sulfur fuel for aviation have been weighed up in a new study, and there are unexpected pros and cons for the environment. mark for My Articles 145 similar articles
Chemistry World
May 4, 2012
Hayley Birch
What to do with leftover prescription drugs? Throwing away unused medication is kinder to the environment than returning it to the pharmacy, according to a new study. mark for My Articles 171 similar articles
HHMI Bulletin
May 2012
Maureen Salamon
Accidental Weatherman Raul Padron has become the accidental instigator of a network of weather stations and lightning detectors in Venezuela that have saved his own biology equipment and filled in the gaps of existing forecasting systems in the region. mark for My Articles 7 similar articles
Chemistry World
April 20, 2012
Painting the mountains blue Vera Thoss tells Elinor Richards about her bluebell business and research, using her car in her experiments and analyzing whale vomit. Currently her group is working on oil pollution, composting and plant-derived products. mark for My Articles 11 similar articles
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