More than 10 U.S. departments and agencies that receive federal funding for scientific research will suffer from budget cuts enacted by the federal government on March 1, aka "the sequester"
Scientists have begun curtailing cancer experiments and other studies while looking for other sources of funds
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The first active federal budget "sequester," an automatic, across-departments spending reduction, in more than two decades will cut funding from several U.S.
The $85-billion across-the-board cuts are taking bites out of EPA, National Parks, NOAA, Fish and Wildlife, and other environmental agency budgets
Updated flood insurance maps, made with LiDAR, laser radar or new computer programs, are increasingly important with global warming
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