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[11/21/2011] Environmental cleanup technology honored

[11/21/2011] New UC campus attraction will provide a unique, natural environme...

[11/17/2011] Environmental conditions and predators affect Atlantic salmon sur...

[11/16/2011] Environmental troubles growing in Mid-East Gulf region due to rap...

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[11/11/2011] Use of GBIF helps clarify environment-species links

[10/26/2011] Environmental toxin Bisphenol A can affect newborn brain

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[10/13/2011] Polar bears ill from accumulated environmental toxins

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[10/5/2011] Seed time-capsule will aid study of plant evolution amid environm...

[10/4/2011] University of Texas marine scientists awarded $5.6 million for st...

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