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The impact of fire prevention since the early 20th Century has altered the vegetation of the Appalachian region according to a new report.Read more
Congratulations to Suzanne Rosser on receiving the President’s Meritorious Service Award.Read more
Iron particles coming from hydrothermal vents along volcanic mountain ridges deep in the ocean persist for more than 2,500 miles across the Pacific, according to a study led by a Texas A&M University researcher.Read more