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Southern Pine Beetle Reaching Outbreak Levels In North Florida

...move infested pines, an approach that requires the cooperation -- andunderstanding -- of an entire community. Using this approach during anoutbreak in Gainesville in 1994 saved thousands of trees in the urbanforest, minimized use of pesticides and saved money. "With quick detection and quick, areawide control, o...

Photosystem I -- An Intermediate Step -- May Not Be Necessary For Plants

... first reported. I thought it was impossible, but cooperation between the two labs showed it was possible," Owens said. Owens does not know how this discovery will fit into the larger puzzle of plant biology. As an analogy, he describes that when the laser was first discovered, no one had a clue that it could ...

Purdue-Made Soil Benefits The Environment

...e shipped to the Chinook Mines in Brazil, Ind., in cooperation with Indiana Department of Natural Resources. The topsoil was spread an inch-and-a-half thick on three one-acre test plots, tilled into the existing soil and seeded. "We've incorporated this material into coal slurry ponds at the mines to determine i...

NIH Office Of Dietary Supplements Expands Research Support

...s FY 1997 budget, to support these eight grants in cooperation with seven NIH Institutes. These three new grants, along with the five we currently support, will address some of the many unanswered questions about dietary supplements and significantly improve our understanding of the role of dietary supplements ...

Chesapeake Bay Sediment : Home To Pfiesteria-Like Microbes

...nce and civilian mapping agency, the USGS works in cooperation with more than 1,200organizations across the country to provide reliable, impartial, scientific information to resource managers, planners, and othercustomers. This information is gathered in every state by USGS scientists to minimize the loss of lif...

Disease Takes Its Toll On Waterfowl Populations

...e and civilian mapping agency, the USGS works in cooperation with more than 1,200 organizations across the country to provide reliable, impartial, scientific information to resource managers, planners, and other customers. This information is gathered in every state by USGS scientists to minimize the loss of l...

Scientists Identify A Novel Mitotic Regulatory Mechanism

...nit Enzymology of Protein Folding from Halle in cooperation with research teams of the Harvard University (Boston) and the University of Texas (Houston) shed light on the regulation of the cell cycle. Their findings appear in the Dec. 12. 1997 issue of Science and the results are expected to have ...

Mysterious Wildlife Disease

...rces science and mapping agency, the USGS works in cooperation with nearly 2000 organizations to provide reliable, impartial, scientific information to resource managers, planners and other customers. USGS hydrologists, geologists, biologists and cartographers work in every state to minimize the loss of life an...

Guidelines For Next Generation Of Environmental Policy

...rnational level, thebook examines ideas for global cooperation to curb environmentalpollutants such as greenhouse gases. "For the next generation of environmentalpolicy, we must view our concerns not as singular rainstorms, but as weatherpatterns that effect the entire ecosystem," says Professor Esty, who has ...

Remote Cloud Observatory Tracks El Niño Changes

...on,and precipitation data. "We have great cooperation from the New Guinean weather service andafter a year, the station is extremely successful," says Ackerman. "No one knewif these stations could work on their own and they do." The main focus of the ARM program is cloud cover and the effect of...

National Laboratory Known For Environmental Technology Directing Attention On Solving Agriculture And Food Processing Problems

...lture signed a Memorandumof Understanding pledging cooperation in agricultural research activities,"Lemon said. "That event added an agriculture focus to Pacific Northwest'sprocess of exploring potential opportunities for applying the laboratory'sresearch and development capabilities." The effort is not...

AAAS Honors Three USGS Scientists As Fellows

...ence and civilian mappingagency, the USGS works in cooperation with more than 2000 organizations acrossthe country to provide reliable, impartial, scientific information to resourcemanagers, planners, and other customers. This information is gathered in everystate by USGS scientists to minimize the loss of life...

Scientists Work To Restore Native Fish And Habitat To Great Lakes

...nce and civilian mapping agency, the USGS works in cooperation with more than 2000 organizations across the country to provide reliable, impartial, scientific information to resource managers, planners and other customers. This information is gathered in every state by USGS scientists to minimize the loss of lif...

Top Scientists Challenge Others: Join Biodiversity Year

...s will focus on projects amenable to international cooperation in data collection, with room for scientists from developing nations to participate, however modestly. We expect to integrate what is already known and to add new data to advance the state of knowledge about biodiversity and earth's living systems." ...

USGS Scientists Implicate Exotic Parasite In Wisconsin Lake Bird Deaths

...ence and civilianmapping agency, the USGS works in cooperation with more than 1,200 organizationsacross the country to provide reliable, impartial scientific information toresource managers, planners, and other customers. This information is gatheredin every state by USGS scientists to minimize the loss of life...

TSRI Scientists Discover Naturally-Occurring Mechanism Involved In Regulation Of Angiogenesis; New Anti-Cancer Therapeutic Agents Are Suggested

...rombinding to the integrin. Without the functional cooperation of the integrin withthe enzyme, it appears that cell invasion associated with angiogenesis and tumorformation may be shut down. According to the scientists, the enzyme fragment, known as PEX, mayserve as an on-off switch for blood vessel dev...

USGS Cautions Proper Use Of Pepper Spray To Avoid Bear Attacks

...ence and civilianmapping agency, the USGS works in cooperation with more than 2000 organizationsacross the country to provide reliable, impartial, scientific information toresource managers, planners, and other customers. This information is gatheredin every state by USGS scientists to minimize the loss of life ...

"Doctor Watershed" Named AAAS Fellow

...nce and civilian mapping agency, the USGS works in cooperation with more than 2000 organizations across the country to provide reliable, impartial, scientific information to resource managers, planners and other customers. This information is gathered in every state by USGS scientists to minimize the loss of lif...

Summary Of USGS Presentations And Activities, AAAS, 1998

...ence and civilianmapping agency, the USGS works in cooperation with more than 2000organizations across the country to provide reliable, impartial, scientificinformation to resource managers, planners and other customers. Thisinformation is gathered in every state by USGS scientists to minimize theloss of life an...

Emerging Field Of Industrial Ecology

...movement that is less than a decade old,encourages cooperation between business executives and environmental scientistsduring the planning, product design and customer response stages," said Graedel,a chemical engineer. "The tools of industrial ecology include productlife-cycle assessment, design for the enviro...

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