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21 April 2020

Continued carbon dioxide emissions will impair human cognition

Rising CO2 causes more than a climate crisis—it may directly harm our ability to think.

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3 October 2019

Shape of volcanic ash influences contamination of water sources in volcanically active regions

Contaminants from volcanic eruptions leach into water at different rates depending on the shape of the volcanic ash particles, according to new research that could enhancing scientists’ ability to predict water quality risk in volcanically active regions.

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18 September 2019

Study Tallies Huge Hidden Health Costs from Climate Change

Research sheds light on public health impact from climate-related events, spotlight on CO, FL, MI, NV, NJ, NY, NC, OH, TX, WA, and WI.

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26 August 2019

Ship emissions responsible for thousands of premature deaths in China’s Pearl River Delta

Ship emissions caused more than 1,200 ozone-related and 2,500 particulate-related premature deaths in the Pearl River Delta region in 2015, according to new research in the AGU journal GeoHealth. The new study also predicts that implementing new coastal emission controls could reduce mortality due to fine particulates by 30 percent and ozone by 10 percent by 2030.

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30 July 2019

Nutrient deficiencies in rice grown under higher carbon dioxide could elevate health risks for tens of millions

A recent study in the AGU journal GeoHealth finds declines in B-vitamin concentrations in rice grown under elevated carbon dioxide concentrations may increase the future health risks of large numbers of people around the globe.

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