New book explores Noah’s Flood; says Bible and science can get along

New book explores Noah’s Flood; says Bible and science can get along

By Vince Stricherz
via UW News
David Montgomery is a geomorphologist, a geologist who studies changes to topography over time and how geological processes shape landscapes.

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Robert J. Naiman earns award for insights into freshwater ecosystems

Robert J. Naiman earns award for insights into freshwater ecosystems

By Sandra Hines
via UW Today
Robert J. Naiman, a University of Washington professor known internationally for his work on freshwater ecology and ways to balance environmental and societal considerations, has received the highest award given by the Ecological Society of America, the world’s largest society of professional ecologists.

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Nuclear and coal-fired electrical plants vulnerable to climate change

Nuclear and coal-fired electrical plants vulnerable to climate change

By Hannah Hickey
via UW News
Warmer water and reduced river flows in the United States and Europe in recent years have led to reduced production, or temporary shutdown, of several thermoelectric power plants.

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Fossil raindrop impressions imply greenhouse gases loaded early atmosphere

Fossil raindrop impressions imply greenhouse gases loaded early atmosphere

By Vince Stricherz
via UW News
In ancient Earth history, the sun burned as much as 30 percent dimmer than it does now.

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Russian river water unexpected culprit behind Arctic freshening

Russian river water unexpected culprit behind Arctic freshening

By Sandra Hines
via UW Today
A hemispherewide phenomenon – and not just regional forces – has caused record-breaking amounts of freshwater to accumulate in the Arctics Beaufort Sea.

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