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ORSANCO Organic Detection System watches over the Ohio River
On October of 2006, a train derailment sent 23 tank cars full of ethanol off the tracks. Three of them spilled their contents into the Beaver River, a tributary of the Ohio River that enters at mile...
- Posted 292 days ago
Colorado researchers believe debris increases snowmelt
A skiing enthusiast, Danielle Perrot has understandable concern for the condition of her recreational surface. If the snow is too dirty, it sticks to the skis. If it melts too early, the ski season ends prematurely. If...
- Posted 299 days ago
Red snapper limits increase after population rebound
NOAA has increased red snapper catch limits in the Gulf of Mexico from 7.53 million pounds in 2011 to 8.08 million pounds this year.
- Posted 357 days ago
Washington estuary to be restored after dike removed
The Nature Conservancy in Washington is restoring an estuary by simply removing a farm dike that has been at the mouth of the Stillaguamish River for nearly 60 years.
- Posted 358 days ago
River to be used for 2012 Olympics meets cleanliness standards
The European Environment Agency has declared that the Serpentine River, to be used for the triathlon and marathon swimming events at this year’s Olympic Games in London, is in “good and sufficient” condition for bathing water standards.
- Posted 358 days ago
Great Britain butterfly thriving in climate change
Though climate change is detrimental to many species, Great Britain’s brown argus butterfly, once a declining species, is thriving.
- Posted 362 days ago
Threatened seagrasses store more carbon than terrestrial forests
Recent research shows that coastal seagrasses can store more carbon in their soils than temperate and tropical forests.
- Posted 363 days ago
Researchers receive NSF funding for cloud computing technology
A research team at the University of Miami has developed a cloud computing technology to predict storm strength and surge from tropical storms and hurricanes.
- Posted 364 days ago
El Paso Water Utilities urge residents to conserve
El Paso Water Utilities have asked El Paso residents to severely cut down on water use for the next two weeks to avoid mandatory restrictions brought on by unwavering drought conditions.
- Posted 365 days ago
Energy Information Administration releases nuclear energy trends
The U.S. Energy Information Administration recently released and infographic depicting the growth of nuclear power over the past 56 years.
- Posted 366 days ago