Environmental Technology

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A climate plan for climate-change deniers (By Meg Bostrom, November 14, 2010)
How to stop global warming - even if you don't believe in it (By Meg Bostrom, November 14, 2010)
Census shows connectedness of world's marine life (AP, October 4, 2010; 3:14 PM)
A dim view for Earth emerges (Post, September 19, 2010)
Judge rejects Cuccinelli's probe of U-Va.: Va. attorney general had sought documents about global warming research (Post, August 31, 2010)
Study: Petroleum-eating microbes significantly reduced gulf oil plume (Post, August 24, 2010; 9:13 PM)
iPads and Kindles are better for the environment than books (By Brian Palmer, August 24, 2010)
Academics say oil is not going away fast: Scientists challenge administration, pointing to a lingering 'plume' (Post, August 20, 2010)
'Smart buoys' transmit data throughout the Chesapeake Bay: Scientists, watermen get real-time conditions from floating markers (Post, August 19, 2010)
The twilight of the dirty rich (By David Callahan, August 8, 2010)
A wounded Gulf of Mexico, and an elusive prognosis: DISAGREEMENT ON DAMAGE
Waters were ailing even before the spill
(Post, July 5, 2010)
Oil dispersant does not pose environmental threat, early EPA findings suggest (Post, June 30, 2010; 9:01 PM)
Not blinded by science, but ideology (By Chris Mooney, June 27, 2010)
Why is the sun losing its spots?: Scientists wonder if they're seeing a calm before a storm of energy, or something new (Post, June 22, 2010)
Oil spill draws scientists to gulf: Experts share data on environmental impact on flora and fauna (Post, June 8, 2010)
In gulf oil spill's long reach, ecological damage could last decade: An ecosystem that is altered perhaps forever (Post, June 6, 2010)
Researchers provide temporary business to beleaguered charter captains in gulf (Post, May 31, 2010; 12:06 PM)
U-Va. urged to fight Cuccinelli subpoena in probe of scientist: Climate researchers are victims of 'political assaults,' many say (Post, May 9, 2010)
Cuccinelli demands climate study grant files from U-Va.: SOUGHT UNDER FRAUD LAW
Data part of applications for climate study grants
(Post, May 4, 2010)
It's hard to put a finger on a volcano's pulse: After eruption, scientists having difficult time predicting what's next (Post, April 21, 2010; 10:23 AM)
It's hard to put a finger on a volcano's pulse: After eruption, scientists having difficult time predicting what's next (Post, April 21, 2010)
How do they make these predictions? (Post, April 6, 2010)
What lies beneath: Miles below Antarctica's icy surface, scientists are finding abundant life in liquid lakes and rivers (Post, March 23, 2010)
For scientists, Chile becomes seismic lab: Experts rush to place equipment to study major aftershocks (Post, March 8, 2010)
Joanne Malkus Simpson, 86: World-renowned atmospheric scientist was first female meteorologist to earn doctorate (Post, March 8, 2010)

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