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Article ID: 572715

Texas Tomato Growers Slicing Into Vegetable Market with Fresh Fruit All Fall

Newswise

COLLEGE STATION – Tomatoes are the Type B’s of the vegetable world: Laid-back, creative, collaborative. Newswise — Want a slice on a burger? Fine. Chopped into a salad? Great. Pureed and ...

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Article ID: 572275

Mapping the Monster: Saving a Town from Disaster

University of North Dakota

A graduate student has used FEMA software in a new way to predict the effects of rising lake levels on Minnewaukan, N.D. Devils Lake has risen nearly 29 feet since 1993, ...

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10-Jan-2011 7:00 AM EST
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Article ID: 570727

Swamped in Climate Research, Geographers Shedding New Light on Congaree National Park Floodplain

University of South Carolina

Geography researchers at the University of South Carolina are conducting ...

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12-Nov-2010 9:00 AM EST
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Article ID: 567365

A Seismic Triple Whammy: Deadly Quake was Really 3 Big Jolts

University of Utah

A magnitude-8.1 earthquake and tsunami that killed 192 people last year in Samoa, American Samoa and Tonga actually was a triple whammy: The 8.1 “great earthquake” concealed and triggered two magnitude-7.8 quakes.

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15-Aug-2010 11:00 PM EDT
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Article ID: 567569

Expert to Comment on Risk of Water-Borne Diseases in Pakistan

George Washington University

Dr. Peter Hotez from The George Washington University is available to comment on the risk of water-borne diseases as a result of the recent flooding in Pakistan.

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18-Aug-2010 10:30 AM EDT
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Article ID: 563974

Part of Alaska Inundated by Ancient Megafloods

University of Washington

New research indicates that one of the largest fresh-water floods in Earth's history happened about 17,000 years ago and inundated a large area of Alaska that is now occupied in part ...

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28-Apr-2010 1:20 PM EDT
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Article ID: 559092

Mean Old Levee - Homeland Security's Levee PLUGS Pass A Second Test

Homeland Security's Science & Technology Directorate

The levee failures during Hurricane Katrina are still fresh in the American mind. Homeland Security's Wil Laska wants to make sure that if we cannot completely prevent levee breaches, we ...

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1-Dec-2009 9:00 AM EST
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Article ID: 558848

New Tsunami Education Web Site Developed by Oceanographers

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

Scientists and Web developers at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) have created a new educational Web site with crucial tips on how to prepare for and survive a tsunami. ...

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19-Nov-2009 3:30 PM EST
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Article ID: 558309

Education and Planning Cut Death Toll in Samoa Tsunami

Georgia Institute of Technology, Research Communications

Community-based education and awareness programs minimized the death toll from the recent Samoan tsunami, according to a team of researchers that traveled to Samoa last month. Funded by a National ...

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5-Nov-2009 8:35 AM EST
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Article ID: 558252

New Insight into Predicting Cholera in the Bengal Delta

Tufts University

In Bangladesh cholera epidemics occur twice a year. Scientists have tried, without success, to determine the causes – and advance early detection and prevention efforts. Researchers from Tufts University have proposed ...

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4-Nov-2009 10:25 AM EST
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