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Discovering How River Water Is Mixed Into The Sea Can Assist In Mapping Climate Change

A study of the freshwater that flows into Liverpool Bay from the region's two main rivers is to help scientists piece... Read More

Hurricanes, Runoff Tax Water Quality Management

A scientific study that involved analyzing phytoplankton in both North Carolina’s Neuse River Estuary/Pamlico Sound and... Read More

Manganese Can Keep Toxic Hydrogen Sulfide Zones In Check In Aquatic Systems

Manganese, in trace amounts, is essential to human health. Now a research team from the University of Delaware, Scripps... Read More

Stanford researchers sniff out gene that gives dogs black fur

STANFORD, Calif. - A discovery about the genetics of coat color in dogs could help explain why humans come in different... Read More

Dust From Africa Leads To Large Toxic Algae Blooms In Gulf Of Mexico, Study Finds

Dust From Africa Leads To Large Toxic Algae Blooms In Gulf Of Mexico, Study Finds Saharan dust clouds travel thousands of... Read More

Lakes With Zebra Mussels Have Higher Levels Of Toxins, MSU Research Finds

Lakes With Zebra Mussels Have Higher Levels Of Toxins, MSU Research Finds   Zebra mussel... Read More

Proboscis

Proboscis Definition What is proboscis? A proboscis refers to an elongated or projecting appendage in the head region of... Read More

Meta-population structure in a coral reef fish demonstrated by genetic data on patterns of migration, extinction and re-colonisation

Meta-population structure in a coral reef fish demonstrated by genetic data on patterns of migration, extinction and... Read More

Gene Detected That Decreases "Bad" LDL Cholesterol In Men May Cut Heart Disease Risk By 50 Percent

DALLAS, May 15 -- A gene that helps keep bad cholesterol at bay -- and may reduce heart disease risk by 50 percent -- has... Read More

Can We Restore Wetlands And Leave the Mosquitoes Out?

Can We Restore Wetlands And Leave the Mosquitoes Out? Sweetwater Wetland, built in 1996 to help treat secondary effluent... Read More

Cornell lab confirms deadly fish virus spreading to new species

May 21, 2007 (ITHACA, N.Y.) -- A lethal fish virus in the Great Lakes and neighboring waterways is approaching epidemic... Read More

Sacs

sacs (Science: ethnology) A tribe of indians, which, together with the foxes, formerly occupied the region about green bay,... Read More

Mid life-crisis: changing careers mid-stream

You’re 40 something. You’re underemployed, or worse unemployed, you’re tired of the daily grind, you’re bored (or... Read More

Cornell finds deadly fish virus in the Northeast is spreading to other species

July 20, 2006 -- Cornell researchers have found that a deadly fish virus detected in the northeastern United States for the... Read More