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This week's federal player: Daniel Irwin: Daniel Irwin: Using NASA technology to solve disaster, environmental conditions (washingtonpost.com, January 18, 2010; 12:00 PM)
 
Charles C. Schnetzler, 79: Leader at NASA was an authority on planetary sciences (Post, January 14, 2010)
 
On issues like global warming and evolution, scientists need to speak up (By Chris Mooney, January 3, 2010)
 
Help File: Help File: Recycling old computers, TVs and other electronic items (By Rob Pegoraro, January 3, 2010)
 
The climate conspiracy that isn't (By Michael E. Mann, December 18, 2009)
 
Deep-sea glider: The first robot to cross the Atlantic offers new possibilities for ocean and climate research (Post, December 15, 2009)
 
Whose war on science? (By Michael Gerson, December 11, 2009)
 
The climate-change travesty (By George F. Will, December 6, 2009)
 
In e-mails, science of warming is hot debate: Stolen files of 'Climate-gate' suggest some viewpoints on change are disregarded (Post, December 5, 2009)
 
Scientist steps down during e-mail probe: Hacked messages about global warming caused controversy (Post, December 2, 2009)
 
Tell it to the ice caps (By Eugene Robinson, November 27, 2009)
 
Hackers steal electronic data from top climate research center: Scientists' e-mails deriding skeptics of warming become public (Post, November 21, 2009)
 
Any data port in a storm (By Angus Phillips, November 15, 2009)
 
Green Computing: The Good And The Bad: It's easy being green, thanks to eco-friendly hardware and software. (PC World, November 11, 2009; 12:19 AM)
 
Gardening: These Days, Do We Need the Old Farmer's Almanac? (Post, October 8, 2009)
 
'Ardi' May Rewrite the Story of Humans: 4.4 Million-Year-Old Primate Helps Bridge Evolutionary Gap (Post, October 2, 2009)
 
Scientists: 'Ardi' Fossil Sheds Light on Origin of Human Species (Post, October 1, 2009; 10:33 AM)
 
Left in the Flat-Screen Dust: Old-Model TVs Are So Toxic, You Can't Give 'Em Away. Literally. (Post, September 19, 2009)
 
Water Measured From the Sky: Satellites Track Land's Consumption (Post, September 14, 2009)
 
Verizon Wireless Criticized by Green Groups for Backing Event (Post, September 5, 2009)
 
Vanishing in Midair: For decades, Maryland's medical helicopter system was praised nationally. A midnight crash changed that and put the program under the most intense scrutiny in 39 years. The crash of Trooper 2 occurred during the deadliest year ever for medevacs. (Post, August 23, 2009)
 
Plugged In to Nature, Wired to World: Pre-Pitched Tents, High-Tech Gear Aim to Entice Internet Generation (Post, August 18, 2009)
 
Entrepreneur Devotes His Energy to Making Conservation Profitable (By Thomas Heath, August 10, 2009)
 
This Week's Federal Player: Compton Tucker: Pioneering Satellite Monitoring of Vegetation (washingtonpost.com, August 3, 2009; 5:12 AM)
 
Falling Behind On Green Tech (By John Doerr and Jeff Immelt, August 3, 2009)
 

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