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Northern Arizona University, Center for Ecosystem Science and Society, Ecoss, Bruce Hungate, Department Of Energy, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Ben Koch, Christina Schaedel, Paul Dijkstra, soil microbiome, carbon persistence

NAU Researchers Join DOE Project to Study the Soil Microbiome and Its Effect on Carbon Persistence

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NAU Regents’ Professor Bruce Hungate, director of the Center for Ecosystem Science and Society (Ecoss), recently joined a new initiative lead by LLNL to study how the soil microbiome controls the mechanisms that regulate the stabilization of the organic matter in soil.

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Eclipse, Plants, Circadian, Circadian Rhythm, Solar Eclipse, Plant Biology

Does Eclipse Equal Night in Plant Life?

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As the August 21 eclipse approached, researchers prepared to understand plants' response to light and temperature. The varied results have left the researchers with interesting questions.

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Mining, Drilling, Exploration, Machine Learning, Geology

Data Tools Game-Changer for Mining and Exploration

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Australian research scientists and industry are joining together to develop and commercialise new tools using cutting-edge digital technologies including machine learning that they say will be a game-changer for mining and exploration.

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Climate, microclimate, Climate Change, Earth Science, American Geophysical Union

Tracking Climate Changes – Neighborhood by Neighborhood

A scientist wants to know more about urban microclimates She’s launched a project to measure neighborhood-to-neighborhood differences in Baltimore, hoping to alert residents, guide city planners and ease some of the impact of climate change.

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Anthropocene Epoch

A Literary View of the Human Era: 'Anthropocene Reading'

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The Anthropocene epoch — the proposed name for this time of significant human effect on the planet and its systems — represents a new context in which to study literature. A new book of essays co-edited by a University of Washington English professor argues that literary studies, in turn, also can help us better understand the Anthropocene.

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Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, Public lands, UTAH, WEST, Geology, Paleontology, Cretaceous, Petroleum

University of Utah Scientists Study Ancient Environments of Grand Staircase-Escalante Region

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Inamori Ethics Prize, Case Western Reserve University, NASA, Farouk El-Baz, Geology, Space Science

Space Scientist, Geologist Farouk El-Baz to Receive 2018 Inamori Ethics Prize

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For his life’s work, Farouk El-Baz will receive the 2018 Inamori Ethics Prize from the Inamori International Center for Ethics and Excellence at Case Western Reserve University during a ceremony and academic symposium Sept. 13-14.

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Northwestern University, Midcontinent rift, AGU, American Geophysical Union

Better Late Than Never - Making a Billion-Year-Old Geologic Feature Great Again

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Geologists have corrected a mix-up that made an ancient geological structure in the central U.S. seem hundreds of miles shorter than it really is. The biggest failed rift known to geologists is even bigger than originally thought, according to research that will be presented at the American Geophysical Union fall meeting Dec. 11 in New Orleans.

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Experts on CA Wildfires, Wildfire Smoke and Birthweight, Smoke and Pollution Link, and More in the Wildfires News Source

The lastest research and experts on Wildfires in the Wildfires News Source

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Vanderbilt, Climate Change, Environment, Ozone, Governement, Paris Climate Accord, Earth & Environment

Beyond Politics: Private Industry Needs to Step Up on Climate Change

Two Vanderbilt experts show evidence that progress can continue to be made on climate change and other environmental issues regardless of what the government is doing.







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