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Stories by David Wogan


Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Radioxenon Testing

I confess, I don't normally keep an eye out for the latest publications in the Journal of Environmental Radioactivity, but one recent paper on radioxenon measurements is of particular interest.This paper, as it turns out, is by one of the leading researchers in radioxenon testing, who happens to be a former professor and advisor of mine at The University of Texas at Austin...

September 16, 2011 — David Wogan

Hurricane Irene is a reminder that adapting to climate change is smart policy, regardless of the climate change part

Talk about eery timing. The current special issue of Scientific American is about cities, and as I type this, Hurricane Irene is making her way up the Atlantic seaboard and is expected to reach New York City by Sunday morning.I, like nearly everyone else, am refreshing news pages, blog posts, and scanning my Twitter feed for stories and updates about Irene...

August 28, 2011 — David Wogan
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