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  1. Soil Water: A Microbes Perspective

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    In arid and semiarid ecosystems, water availability is a primary driver of ecosystem processes. Water impacts on belowground processes result in large part from the interactions of indigenous microorganisms…

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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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      • Carbon Cycle 2.0 Intro

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        Learn about what Carbon Cycle 2.0 is about how to navigate the 2011 website redesign.

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        • A Life in Climate Science: From Identification of a "Discernible Human Influence" on Climate to Identification of the "Top Ten"

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          Human-caused climate change is not a hypothetical future event. It is real, and we are experiencing it in our lifetimes. Despite compelling evidence of human effects on global climate, there is a…

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          • Wastewater to Energy

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            The U.S. Department of Energy and Calpine are working together to increase the use of renewable energy. This slide show was produced by Frances Negrón Martínez, a high school summer…

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            • CaCO3 Prenucleation Clusters and Crystallization Control by Additives

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              In this presentation, the earliest stages in the formation of a crystal will be discussed. For the example of stable prenucleation CaCO3 clusters, which can already be found prior to nucleation and…

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              • The Fukushima Nuclear Reactor Accident: What Happened and What Does It Mean?

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                In response to general interest in the events associated with the recent Fukushima disaster in Japan, the Division has scheduled Dr. Robert Budnitz as our speaker. Bob brings considerable expertise…

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                • Enhanced in situ Mineral Carbonation in Peridotite for CO2 Capture and Storage

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                  Author info: Peter Kelemen is Arthur D. Storke Professor of Geochemistry at Columbia University, where he moved in 2004 after 17 years at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. Hegraduated from…

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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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                    • Current Uncertainties in Global Vegetation Mortality and Climate Feedbacks

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                      There is a growing body of evidence suggesting that vegetation mortality during drought or periods of high temperatures is rising across the globe. Research regarding the mechanisms of vegetation…

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                      • Dry Times: The Biogeochemistry Of Drought

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                        Abstract: The world is a dry place. Much of it is already arid or semi-arid, and drought is expected to become more frequent and intense. The effects of drought on biogeochemical processes are profound,…

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