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Scientists assess paths toward maintaining BC caribou until habitat recovers
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How climate change affects potato cultivation in South Korea
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Merging nuclear physics experiments and astronomical observations to advance equation-of-state research
Actions needed beyond lawsuit to address social media's influence on youth, say experts
Study highlights importance of caregiver well-being in Uganda
AI for Earth: How NASA's artificial intelligence and open science efforts combat climate change
Two NASA sounding rockets launch from Alaska during solar flare
New report indicates alternative shelters lead to better outcomes for people experiencing homelessness
New study examines the increased adoption of they/them pronouns
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Planned 'mass execution' of geese in Conn. city paused after outpouring of passionate input on both sides

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