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  1. DSSS: Determining chemical and microbial Fe(II) oxidation kinetics in situ: How well do organisms compete with chemical oxidatio

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    ESD welcomes George W. Luther, Ph.D. (Univ. of Delaware) The oxidation of aqueous Fe(II) to Fe(III) solids is of great significance to Earth history including banded iron formation (BIFs) and the…

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    • DSSS: Is Brevity the Soul of Soil Models?

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      ESD welcomes Eric A. Davidson, Ph.D. (Woods Hole Research Center, MA). Soils carbon stocks are 2-4 times greater than atmospheric CO2-C and 3-6 times larger than aboveground plant biomass-C. Potential…

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      • DSSS Enick video

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        Bob Enick, Ph.D. (University of Pittsburgh). Microorganisms have existed on this planet for more than 3.6 billion years and represent the major drivers for the global biogeochemical cycles. There…

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        • D2O Snowmaking Video

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          Snow making operation.

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          • Panel Discussion at Watershed Film Screening

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            Panel discussion of at the film screen of Robert Redford's documentary "Watershed: Exploring a New Water Ethic for the New West."

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            • Constructal Law of Design and Evolution in Nature

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              www.constructal.org The reoccurring patterns of nature have long puzzled even the most devoted proponents of chance and Darwin’s theory of evolution. But the Constructal Law changes the terms…

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              • The vanishing North. How will climate change influence on the microbial genetic resources in Arctic?

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                Microorganisms have existed on this planet for more than 3.6 billion years and represent the major drivers for the global biogeochemical cycles. There are about 1030 bacteria in the world, but just…

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                • NGEE at AGU: Vulnerable Arctic Landscapes in Transition

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                  NGEE co-lead Susan Hubbard describes the project at the AGU Fall Meeting 2011

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                  • The Asbestos/Carbon Nanotube Analogy: Will there be an epidemic of nanodiseases in 2030?

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                    Asbestos fibers were exploited commercially beginning in the early 20th century, with 50 million metric tons used between 1920-1970. Inhalation of asbestos fibers is associated with pulmonary fibrosis…

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                    • Carbon in Underland

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                      The NCGC video entitled “Carbon in Underland”, was selected as one of five winners of the Life at the Frontiers of Energy Research video contest by an external panel of judges for its…

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                      • Islands as Model Systems for Understanding Soils, Ecosystems, and Human-Environment Interactions

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                        For many years, we have been making use of the Hawaiian Islands as models for understanding how soils and ecosystems develop and function. Results of this research show that the properties of soils…

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                        • Mapping Ecosystem Carbon, Biodiversity, and Disturbance Regimes: New Insights from the Carnegie Airborne Observatory

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                          Greg Asner is an ecologist with the Carnegie Institution for Science and Stanford University. Here he presents new insights from the CAO program, shedding light on ways in which 3-D studies of ecosystems…

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