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Open Water in Wintertime Arctic is Changing its Atmosphere

U-M Assistant Professor of Chemistry Kerri Pratt and team find that increases in open Arctic water in the wintertime is leading to a change in the microbiology of sea spray, and, in turn, the atmosphere. December 19, 2019. #5mins #web-article #MichiganNews #Environment/Sustainability #ClimateChange #Sustainability #Featured #FeaturedEnvironment ​​


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Azteca Ant Colonies Move the Same Way Leopards’ Spots Form

School for Environment and Sustainability Professor Ivette Perfecto and colleagues find that ant colonies form in non-random patterns, as first described by Alan Turing to explain the destabilization of chemical reactions to form patterns in nature. December 18, 2019. #5-15mins #Environment/Sustainability #web-article #schoolforenvironmentandsustainability #Science #Environment/Sustainability #Chemistry #nature


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Dredging the Hudson River: Could the Cure Be Worse Than the Disease?

School of Public Health Professor Oliver Jolliet, School for Environment and Sustainability Professor Allen Burton, and graduate students discuss the dangers of remediation of the Hudson River, as it is contaminated with polychlorinated biphenyls. December 13, 2019. #5-15mins #PublicHealth #web-article #SchoolofPublicHealth #Environment/Sustainability #Science #Safety #Sustainability


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Great Lakes Theme Semester Panel Series: Dynamic Lakes and Lake Dynamics

Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning presents an installation of the Great Lakes Theme Semester Panel Series, featuring speakers focused on lake dynamics. #60+mins #ArtandDesign #Lecture #StampsSchoolofArtandDesign #Environment/Sustainability #nature #Biology

 01-13-2020 | 05:30 PM - 07:00 PM ET


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Two in One: Fossil Shells Reveal Both Global Mercury Contamination and Warming When Dinosaurs Perished

U-M Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences leads a geochemical analysis of fossil shells, revealing high mercury levels and significant warming at the time of dinosaur extinction. December 16, 2019. #5-15mins #web-article #MichiganNews #Science #Environment/Sustainability #EarthandEnvironmentalSciences #History #Archaeology #Featured #FeaturedScience ​​


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Forecast 2020-Sustainability: Action on Climate; Big Changes in Transportation and Agriculture

Michigan Ross Professor Andy Hoffman discusses the relationship between organizations and sustainability, and forecasts what may happen in the sustainability field in 2020. December 10, 2019. #5-15mins #Business #web-article #MichiganRossSchoolofBusiness #Environment/Sustainability #Sustainability #Featured #FeaturedBusiness ​​


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Q&A: Bret Kugelmass, Energy Impact Center

U-M Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences and U-M Energy Institute collaborate to create the Fastest Path to Zero Initiative, with help from Bret Kugelmass and the Energy Impact Center. November 26, 2019. #5mins #Engineering #web-article #MichiganEngineerNewsCenter #Science #Technology #Environment/Sustainability #NuclearEngineeringandRadiologicalSciences #Energy


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Wireless Communication Under the Sea

Professor of Engineering and Director of the Radiation Laboratory Kamal Sarabandi and students develop wireless underwater communication for mining operation, military communication, as well as pollution monitoring. November 11, 2019. #5mins #Engineering #web-article #MichiganEngineerNewsCenter #Science #Technology #Environment/Sustainability #Communication #Featured #FeaturedScience ​​


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Visible From Outer Space, Detroit’s Unofficial Pathways Could Play Important Role in Land Redevelopment

School for Environment and Sustainability Professor Joshua Newell and students study the unofficial footpaths of Detroiters when considering ideas for land redevelopment. November 22, 2019. #5mins #web-article #MichiganNewsCenter #Environment/Sustainability #Detroit #UrbanPlanning


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How Everyday Products are Supercharging Methane, and What That Means

U-M Professor of Mechanical Engineering Margaret Wooldridge and team find that siloxanes, which are increasingly ending up in landfills, may be useful igniters of biogas; thus, producing more energy. November 13, 2019. #5mins #Engineering #web-article #MichiganEngineerNewsCenter #Science #Technology #Environment/Sustainability #MechanicalEngineering #ChemicalEngineering