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EOS Earth and Space Science News June 2017

A new issue of the Eos Earth, Space and Science magazine (Volume 98 Issue 6) is now available for viewing. This issue highlights topics such as finding career fit, microwave maps and spatial resolution, tracking wildfires with satellite images, freshwater carbon … Continue reading

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Why Is There So Much Carbon Dioxide in Rivers?

A very interesting article on carbon dioxide in rivers by Sarah Whitman discussing how carbon flows through freshwater bodies which can be applied to pollution and nutrients in the future. Do enjoy! Source: Why Is There So Much Carbon Dioxide … Continue reading

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Global Significance of the Changing Freshwater Carbon Cycle – EOS

By Bopaiah A. Biddanda Freshwater ecosystems constitute a small fraction of our planet but play a disproportionately large and critical role in the global carbon cycle. As human activities continue to pump carbon into the atmosphere, the backbone of our … Continue reading

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