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Magazine articles on environmental science and geology.
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March 2007
Geophenomena Appalachian Mountains Becoming More Rugged... Smoke on the Water... mark for My Articles 21 similar articles
March 2007
Steinmetz & Dickinson
Data Preservation: Old Samples Produce New Knowledge The ability to preserve and maintain geoscience data and collections has not kept pace with the growing need for information. mark for My Articles 89 similar articles
March 2007
Linda Rowan
A Change in Climate in Congress: To Act or Not To Act Because some state and local governments are taking action, Congress will need to set some federal standards in the near term. The nation can ill-afford a hodge-podge of regulations and policies on climate change across the country. mark for My Articles 584 similar articles
Reactive Reports
Issue 62
Take the Volcanic Fast-track to Nanotube Production Igneous rock from the Mount Etna volcanic eruptions could be used to mass produce carbon nanotubes, according to researchers. mark for My Articles 230 similar articles
February 2007
Fred Schwab
Does Geology Kill You? We must become "medicinal geologists." Ignorance of geology, not geology itself, can make you sick. We must learn about the relationship between geology and human health. mark for My Articles 62 similar articles
February 2007
Eric Jaffe
Volcanic Lightning As sparks flew during the eruption of Mount St. Augustine in Alaska last year, scientists were able to make some new discoveries mark for My Articles 65 similar articles
Scientific American
March 2007
Charles Q. Choi
Pole Positions More than 30 nations are initiating a global campaign to study the Arctic and Antarctic: an International Polar Year. mark for My Articles 133 similar articles
Chemistry World
February 19, 2007
Jessica Ebert
Columbus' Explorers Failed to Strike Silver Samples of galena, excavated from a 15 th-century settlement were thought to represent an early attempt by Europeans to mine silver from Caribbean ores. But further analysis of the samples refutes this hypothesis, and reveals an unexpected origin for the ore. mark for My Articles 68 similar articles
Science News
February 17, 2007
Science Safari: Ozone Depletion and Recovery Answers to questions about ozone depletion and the recovery of the ozone hole are now easy to find by researchers, as well as the general public, through a new online index developed by NOAA's Earth System Research Laboratory. mark for My Articles 40 similar articles
Insurance & Technology
January 31, 2007
Anthony O'Donnell
RMS Faces Heat in Florida Catastrophe modeler RMS finds itself in the midst of an acrimonious conflict between the State of Florida and P&C insurers about rising property insurance rates. mark for My Articles 42 similar articles
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