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#EOAS in the News: Science Friday interviews Asa Rennermalm Today

#EOAS in the News: Science Friday interviews Asa Rennermalm Today

Streaming live at 3:20-3:28 p.m ET on Fri. Jan. 22 on https://www.sciencefriday.com/. Science Friday (Public Radio) interviews Asa Rennermalm.  An associate professor in the Department of Geography, at Rutgers University New Brunswick, Rennermalm is a physical geographer specializing in ...
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Greenland Melting Likely Increased by Bacteria in Sediment

Greenland Melting Likely Increased by Bacteria in Sediment

Microbes in meltwater stream sediment may help boost island’s contribution to sea-level rise Bacteria are likely triggering greater melting on the Greenland ice sheet, possibly increasing the island’s contribution to sea-level rise, according to Rutgers scientists. That’s because the microbes ...
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Big Differences in How Coral Reef Fish Larvae are Dispersed

Big Differences in How Coral Reef Fish Larvae are Dispersed

Rutgers-led research could help scientists improve conservation of species How the larvae of colorful clownfish that live among coral reefs in the Philippines are dispersed varies widely, depending on the year and seasons – a Rutgers-led finding that could help scientists improve conservation ...
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