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Early Infant Weight Gain, Preventing Vision Loss, Sesame Street's Julia, and More in the Children's Health News Source

Click here for the latest research and features on Children's Health.

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Center for Ecosystem Science and Society, drought resistance, drought-resistant crops, crop yields, Drought, rhizobacteria, Desertification, Salme Timmusk, Agriculture

NAU Study Finds Drought-Quenching Bacteria Protects Plants From Climate Stress

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The study, led by doctoral student Rachel Rubin, determined bacteria could play a significant role in increasing crop yields in the future, even in times of drought

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Climate, Climate Change, Water, water access, water availability, world water day, Economics, water pricing

How will climate change affect the cost of water? A natural resource economist explains.

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Fallout From EPA Budget Cuts: U-Michigan Policy Professor Can Discuss

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@Umich Experts: Loss of EPA Funding Would Mean Loss of Major Programs That Protect Public Drinking Water Supplies myumi.ch/6jkdd

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Water Resources, Water, Hydrology, SEC, Mississippi State University, academic conference, biological engineering, hydrodynamic, hydrodynamic modeling

The Future of Water: MSU Researcher Studies Hydrology, Ecology with Practical Applications for Conservation

Researchers with expertise in a wide range of water-related issues will converge this month for the SEC Academic Conference to discuss the often complex issues related to the earth’s most life-giving resource.

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SNAPP Issues RFP for “Science-to-Solutions” Projects

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The Science for Nature and People Partnership (SNAPP) has issued an open call for funding proposals to convene interdisciplinary teams tackling questions at the heart of sustainable economic development, human well-being, and natural resource conservation.

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Preventing Lead Spread

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While lead pipes were banned decades ago, they still supply millions of American households with water each day. A team of engineers at Washington University in St. Louis has developed a new way to track where dangerous lead particles might be transported in the drinking-water supply during a common abatement procedure.

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Water, Water Quality, Limnology, Lakes, Rivers, Pollution, Phosphorus, Agriculture, Farming, Manure

Study Quantifies Role of 'Legacy Phosphorus' in Reduced Water Quality

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For decades, phosphorous has accumulated in Wisconsin soils. Though farmers have taken steps to reduce the quantity of the agricultural nutrient applied to and running off their fields, a new study from the University of Wisconsin-Madison reveals that a "legacy" of abundant soil phosphorus in the Yahara watershed of Southern Wisconsin has a large, direct and long-lasting impact on water quality.

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Water Splitting, Hydrogen, Hydrogen and fuel cells, Electrolysis, Solar, green and energy-efficient technology, Alternative Energy, Israel, Environment And Sustainability, Sustainability, Environment

Hydrogen on Demand

Using solar energy, Technion researchers have developed a new method for safely and efficiently producing hydrogen in a centralized manner, miles away from the solar farm. It could greatly reduce the cost of producing hydrogen and shipping it to customers.







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