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 Astrobiology at ASU: Newspaper & Magazine articles
Her work on oxygen and hydrogen isotopes has been fundamental to understanding the interaction between the hydrosphere and crust of Mars.
Discovered 1981 Mar.2 by S.J. Bus at Siding Spring in the course of the U.K. Schmidt-Caltech Asteroid Survey.
Discovered 1981 Feb.28 by S.J. Bus at Siding Spring in the course of the U.K. Schmidt-Caltech Asteroid Survey.
astrobiology.asu.edu /press/asteroids.html

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The LEO Isotope Hydrogeology Station, to be launched in the Spring 2001, will undertake both monitoring and case studies (both hydrologic and geologic) of Earth's hydrosphere.
Interns involved in the Spring 2001, will first be given some background material on the water cycle and isotopic tracing of water budgets (in the form of several lecturette/discussion periods), and will begin getting some exposure to the stable isotope chemistry lab (Williams Hall, room 116) and performing some water oxygen and hydrogen isotope analyses.
In this first running, the focus will be on initial sampling of Lehigh Valley precipitation to be analyzed for oxygen and hydrogen isotope compositions as part of our involvement in GNIP (the Global Network for Isotopes in Precipitation; see http://www.iaea.org/programs/ri/gnip/gnipmain.htm).
www.leo.lehigh.edu /internships/LIHSsp01.html

Extensions written by the Fall Semester, 1998 class: Unit 2, Atmosphere; Unit 3, Geosphere; Unit 4, Hydrosphere
Extensions written by the Fall, 1999 Class: Unit 2, Atmosphere, Unit 3 Geosphere, Unit 4 Hydrosphere
Extensions written by the Spring Semester, 1998 class: Unit 2, Atmosphere;
www.math.montana.edu /~nmp/pastext.html   (69 words)

 EARTHmatters - Spring 1998 - Keck helps launch Noble (Gas) Lab
Right now, the noble gas scientists have wide-ranging projects, such as studying water movement on continents and in oceans, reconstructing ancient continental temperature records using groundwater as an archive, and analyzing gas exchange between the atmosphere and hydrosphere.
Most noble gases are found in concentrations of a parts-per-million (ppm) or smaller scale, so the inlet system they designed had to be sensitive enough to extract minute amounts of noble gases from water and rocks.
Noble gases do not react with other elements, so they are good chemical indicators.
www.earthinstitute.columbia.edu /library/earthmatters/spring1998/noblegaslab.html   (1002 words)

 ScienceDaily: Engineered Strategies To Mitigate Global Warming Could Influence Biosphere
An argument for the urgent danger of global warming in a book that is sure to be as influential as Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring.Known for her insightful and thought-provoking journalism, New...
Carbon cycle -- The carbon cycle is the biogeochemical cycle by which carbon is exchanged between the biosphere, geosphere, hydrosphere and atmosphere of the...
A number of engineering schemes have been proposed as mitigation strategies for global warming, such as lofting reflective balloons into the stratosphere or erecting a huge parasol in orbit.
www.sciencedaily.com /releases/2001/12/011213084601.htm   (1942 words)

 Summit Daily News for Breckenridge, Keystone, Copper and Frisco Colorado - News
Weaver also takes issue with the study's statement that while zinc is in the water used for snowmaking, it is absorbed by organic material in the soil during the spring runoff.
Hydrosphere's study, paid for by the resort and directed by the U.S. Forest Service, indicates zinc is the only heavy metal in the stream at the diversion where Keystone takes water for snowmaking.
Weaver said it's difficult to determine if the zinc or habitat alterations are what most affect the mayfly.
www.summitdaily.com /apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20031231/NEWS/312310101   (873 words)

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