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Expert in climate extremes wins Australian Academy of Science award

Expert in climate extremes wins Australian Academy of Science award

Prof. Emma Johnston (b 1973) Australian marine ecologist; ecotoxicologist; Pro-Vice Chancellor (Research) + head of the Subtidal Ecology & Ecotoxicology Research Group, University of New South Wales; Director of the Sydney Harbour Research Program, Sydney Institute of Marine Science; research fellow, Australian Research Council; presenter BBC / Foxtel; winner 2014 Australian Academy of Science Medal; President-Elect, Science and Technology Australia; >100 peer reviewed publications. photo ©…

Prof. Emma Johnston (b 1973) Australian marine ecologist; ecotoxicologist; Pro-Vice Chancellor (Research) + head of the Subtidal Ecology & Ecotoxicology Research Group, University of New South Wales; Director of the Sydney Harbour Research Program, Sydney Institute of Marine Science; research fellow, Australian Research Council; presenter BBC / Foxtel; winner 2014 Australian Academy of Science Medal; President-Elect, Science and Technology Australia; >100 peer reviewed publications. photo ©…

Micro-Engineering : Scientists of UNSW have built the world's tiniest nano-transistor

Micro-Engineering : Scientists of UNSW have built the world's tiniest nano-transistor

UNSW researchers suggest the Ice Age may have been triggered by a massive 2km-wide asteroid that plunged into the Pacific Ocean 2.5 million years ago. Read the story in COSMOS:

UNSW researchers suggest the Ice Age may have been triggered by a massive 2km-wide asteroid that plunged into the Pacific Ocean 2.5 million years ago. Read the story in COSMOS:

Pollution-eating bugs score at Innovation Awards for UNSW Scientists #science

Pollution-eating bugs score at Innovation Awards for UNSW Scientists #science

UNSW Evolutionary Ecologist named Scopus Young Researcher of the Year

UNSW Evolutionary Ecologist named Scopus Young Researcher of the Year


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Earth From Space - Landsat Satellites' 40-Year Legacy Explaine. Infographic  by Karl Tate, 10 February 2013.

Earth From Space - Landsat Satellites' 40-Year Legacy Explaine. Infographic by Karl Tate, 10 February 2013.

Nitrites are a salt or ester anion of nitrous acid, which can be naturally or artificially occurring in groundwater. Nitrites come from fertilizers through run-off water, sewage, and mineral deposits. Nitrite is used in food production for the curing of meat products due to it inhibiting the growth of bacteria. Unfortunately it can also stimulate the grown of bacteria when introduced in high levels into a body of water.

Nitrites are a salt or ester anion of nitrous acid, which can be naturally or artificially occurring in groundwater. Nitrites come from fertilizers through run-off water, sewage, and mineral deposits. Nitrite is used in food production for the curing of meat products due to it inhibiting the growth of bacteria. Unfortunately it can also stimulate the grown of bacteria when introduced in high levels into a body of water.

university of montreal researchers use mushrooms to clean polluted soil

university of montreal researchers use mushrooms to clean polluted soil

Moon Phases Science and Literacy Lesson Set (staar & Common Core)

Moon Phases Science and Literacy Lesson Set (STAAR & Common Core)

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This USGS map shows how chloride pollution in groundwater is getting worse in many parts of the U.S. "Of the 56 well networks that were analyzed for changes in chloride concentrations using the Wilcoxon-Pratt signed-rank test (1959), 24 had statistically significant increases in concentrations."

This USGS map shows how chloride pollution in groundwater is getting worse in many parts of the U.S. "Of the 56 well networks that were analyzed for changes in chloride concentrations using the Wilcoxon-Pratt signed-rank test (1959), 24 had statistically significant increases in concentrations."

National Research Council Updates Contaminated Groundwater Sites Report

National Research Council Updates Contaminated Groundwater Sites Report

Julia Stjepanovic, Drainage, mixed media

Julia Stjepanovic, Drainage, mixed media

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