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From crystals to climate: New ‘gold standard’ timeline connects volcanic eruptions to climate change .
Princeton geologists use tiny zircon crystals to rewrite the timeline for the eruptions of the Columbia River flood basalts, a series of massive lava flows that coincided with an ancient global warming period 16 million years ago.
Science at sea: Bess Ward teaches and researches from the Pacific Ocean .
Bess Ward had to find a way to teach her undergrads while aboard a research vessel off the Mexican coast for five weeks.
China’s energy policies require integrated, strategic approach to balance air quality, carbon emissions and water scarcity goals .
To address its severe air pollution, China is attempting a shift from coal to natural gas and is considering a variety of sources, including domestic and imported gas options as well as creating its own synthetic gas from coal.
Princeton scientists discover a ‘tuneable’ novel quantum state of matter>
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