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On the Banks of a Pristine Raritan River

On the Banks of a Pristine Raritan River

Rutgers Cooperative Extension faculty member Michele Bakacs is leading an effort to study pathogens in the Raritan River, aiming to ensure the river eventually meets fishable and swimmable standards in New Jersey and becomes a resource that is cherished and celebrated.  By ...
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How Rocks Rusted on Earth and Turned Red

How Rocks Rusted on Earth and Turned Red

Important phenomenon could help assess future climate change How did rocks rust on Earth and turn red? A Rutgers-led study has shed new light on the important phenomenon and will help address questions about the Late Triassic climate more than 200 million years ago, when greenhouse gas levels were ...
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Bacteria and Algae Get Rides in Clouds

Bacteria and Algae Get Rides in Clouds

Microbes could pose health, ecosystem risks when rain brings them to Earth Human health and ecosystems could be affected by microbes including cyanobacteria and algae that hitch rides in clouds and enter soil, lakes, oceans and other environments when it rains, according to a Rutgers co-authored ...
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April 2021
Thu, Apr 22nd
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm E&E Graduate Program Seminar

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  • Mary Whelan -- Rutgers University
Fri, Apr 23rd
2:30 pm - 3:30 pm A Virtual Half-Century in the Field

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  • Christopher Uchrin
Mon, Apr 26th
3:45 pm - 6:00 pm Tara Oceans: Eco-Systems Biology at Planetary Scale

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  • Chris Bowler -- IBENS
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2:30 pm - 3:30 pm Environmental Sciences Seminar

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  • Hui Tang -- University of Oslo
May 2021
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2:30 pm - 6:00 pm Environmental Sciences Seminar

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  • Brittany Hanrahan -- USDA
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