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19 September 2016

New study “reels in” data on Utah’s winter ozone problem

A deep sea fishing rod is probably not the first tool that comes to mind when thinking about how to study air pollution in a remote inland desert, but it’s the heart of a new system that has given scientists a minute-by-minute look at how quickly the sun can convert oil and gas emissions to harmful ground-level ozone.


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10 December 2013

Trawling is a drag for continental shelf’s sediments

While GPS is normally deployed to home in on lost cell phones or navigate tricky driving routes, satellite tracking may help ocean researchers better understand how fishermen’s trawls scrape away the sediment compositions of the continental shelf.


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