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Understanding the environmental impact of using oil and gas wastewater as a road treatment may lead to safer water resources and stricter government regulations,...

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Widely accepted vision for agriculture may be inaccurate, misleading

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UK Climate Deniers Take Anti-Science Message to Trump Administration at CPAC 2017

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Over time, nuisance flooding can cost more than extreme, infrequent events

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New studies quantify the impacts of water use on diversity of fish and aquatic...

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