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Texas A&M Researchers To Address Chemical Pollution Following Gulf Coast Storms

The team will identify facilities at risk for flood-induced chemical spills and support efforts to mitigate potential impacts on nearby communities.

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Stability of Earth’s Biggest Lump of Ice at Risk From Warming Oceans

Exposure to warm ocean waters is a large threat to the stability of ice sheets.

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Study: Clean Air Act Saved 1.5 Billion Birds

U.S. pollution regulations meant to protect humans from dirty air are also saving birds. So concludes a new continentwide study published today in The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

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Team Uses Copper to Image Alzheimer's Aggregates in the Brain

A proof-of-concept study conducted in a mouse model of Alzheimer’s disease offers new evidence that copper isotopes can be used to detect the amyloid-beta protein deposits that form in the brains of people living with – or at risk of developing – Alzheimer’s.

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Cascading Events Led to 2018 Kilauea Volcanic Eruption, Providing Forecast Clues

The 2018 eruption of Kīlauea Volcano was one of the largest volcanic events in Hawaiʻi in 200 years. 

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COVID-19: Air Quality Influences the Pandemic

The correlation between the high concentration of fine particles and the severity of influenza waves is well known to epidemiologists. 

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Record-shattering Warmth Pushes Arctic Temperatures to 12 Degrees F Above Normal

Even as winter darkness descends across the Arctic, a year of record-breaking heat continues. 

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Stable Catalysts for New Energy

On the way to a CO2-neutral economy, we need to perfect a whole range of technologies - including the electrochemical extraction of hydrogen from water, fuel cells, or carbon capture. 

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Tackling the Growing Challenge of Urban Air Pollution

How can fast growing cities keep air pollution in check? 

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New Remote Sensing Technique Could Bring Key Planetary Mineral into Focus

Planetary scientists from Brown University have developed a new remote sensing method for studying olivine, a mineral that could help scientists understand the early evolution of the Moon, Mars and other planetary bodies.

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