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New theoretical models help urban planners understand how residents think about clean air.
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Algae and seaweed blooms in Greenland’s vast network of Arctic tidal pools offer shelter for some animals from an acidifying ocean.
Researchers find that wildfires are responsible for up to 20 percent of water flowing in some Western U.S. streams.
Satellite imagery and artificial intelligence could help speed disaster relief by quickly mapping landslides.
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