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      Battling Drought: The Science of Water Management

      The extreme drought in the US Southwest has brought the issues of water use into the media spotlight. The one-two punch of climate change and political turf battles that have plagued the area since the Wild West have upped the ante for rethinking our policies.
      Battling Drought: The Science of Water Management
      April 1, 2013Environment

      Vegetation May Speed Warming of Arctic

      Global warming will shift tundra from grass to shrubs and trees, which will in turn speed further warming
      June 24, 2003The Sciences

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      Greenhouse America

      A global warming may destroy U.S. forests and wetlands
      December 1, 1990The Sciences

      Dr. Greenhouse

      Roger Revelle started the world thinking about global warming
      September 1, 2006Environment

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      To fight global warming, kiss the red-eye good-bye
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