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Biodiversity Research Institute (BRI) announced the completion of its first project in Mexico, which found beach contaminants in the State of Guerrero, said H. Bruce Rinker (2000).
Jia-Ching Chen (2013), a visiting research fellow at Brown University, says economic factors within China are prompting the government to look outside the country for agricultural land.
Tara Cornelisse (2011) inspired mountain bikers near Santa Cruz to protect Ohlone Tiger Beetles.
Laura Wisland (2007) of the Union of Concerned Scientists quoted in the New York Times on how solar production in California is shifting the need for capacity on the system to a need for flexibility using battery storage.
'Great white shark' that photo-bombed kids was likely a dolphin, says Salvador Jorgensen (2002) of Stanford.
How can data be used effectively for building community-driven resilience? Amy Luers (2000) contributed to a PopTech white paper.
Scott Fruin (2000) of USC's Keck School of Medicine authored a study that found longer commutes mean more inhaled pollutants.
Annmarie Eldering (1989) of NASA says we are still on the 'business-as-usual' path, adding more and more carbon dioxide to the atmosphere despite reaching the 400 ppm milestone.
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