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March 24, 2017 This trait shapes your belief in climate change more than your science knowledge doesSource: News Observer
Pew Research Center analysis published Wednesday found that people’s level of science knowledge actually had less to do with their opinions on climate change than something else: how they vote.
March 23, 2017 California Earthquakes: San Andreas Fault Could Cause Coast To Instantly Sink Below Sea LevelSource: International Business Times
Add "sinking below sea level" to California’s list of natural disaster worries. Portions of the Golden State could be at risk of abruptly dropping into the sea during a severe earthquake like the “Big One” scientists have been...
Source: Yale University
Public opinion estimates are produced using a statistical model based on national survey data gathered between 2008 and 2016 by the Yale Program on Climate Change Communication and the George Mason Center for Climate Change...
March 9, 2017 Fault System off San Diego, Orange, Los Angeles Counties Could Produce Magnitude 7.3 QuakeSource: Institution of Oceanography
A fault system that runs from San Diego to Los Angeles is capable of producing up to magnitude 7.3 earthquakes if the offshore segments rupture and a 7.4 if the southern onshore segment also ruptures, according to an analysis led...
Alzheimer's disease claims nearly twice as many American lives annually as it did just 15 years ago, a new report shows.
Source: Fox Science News
WASHINGTON – Federal scientists forecast that Oklahoma will continue to have the nation's biggest man-made earthquake problem this year but it probably won't be as shaky as recent years.
February 16, 2017 Number of bridges in the US that need repair? More than 55,000Source: CNN
The states with bridges in the worst shape? Iowa, Pennsylvania, Oklahoma, Missouri, and Nebraska.
February 15, 2017 How untreated water is making our kids sick: Researcher explores possible climate change linkSource: Science Daily
A Florida State University researcher has drawn a link between the impact of climate change and untreated drinking water on the rate of gastrointestinal illness in children.
February 15, 2017 Sub-Saharan Africa lags in sustainable energy policies: reportSource: PHYS.org
Sub-Saharan Africa, where more than a half billion people live without electricity, trails the world in government policies that promote sustainable energy, according to a new World Bank report Wednesday.
February 8, 2017 A Look Back at 2016 Food RecallsSource: Food Safety Magazine
For the second consecutive year, Food Safety Magazine has tracked food product recalls issued in the U.S. and Canada. Just as in 2015, we cannot guarantee that our list includes every single recall that was issued--it’s always...
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