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Atmospheric warming heats the bottom of ice sheets, as well as the top

Warming climate likely will change the composition of northern forests, U of M study shows

U of M-led panel completes Mille Lacs Lake walleye management review

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Versatility in bacteria that derive energy from metals

Caleb Levar

Discovery from the U’s BioTechnology Institute shows how Geobacter is able to thrive in a wide range of enviro

Switching to Vehicles Powered by Electricity from Renewables Could Save Lives

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A study compares projected air quality impacts on human health of 10 alternatives to conventional gasoline vehicles, estimating the total emissions in the fuel supply chain. Vehicles powered by electricity from natural gas or wind, water, or solar power came out most beneficial.

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