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Article Project Phosphogypsum: The Effect of Phosphogypsum on the Water-retaining Properties of St. Augustine Grass All over the world, people are running into the problem of what to do with useless phosphogypsum stacks piling up, and the world... Article Meteorology in the Poles It takes only about a month for any change in Antarctica's weather to be felt in North America—pretty remarkable when you consider... Educator Materials A Conversation with Jacques Malavieille The mountain-building processes of folding and faulting take many millennia on Earth—and a matter of minutes in the lab. Learn how... Article Zircon Chronology: Dating the Oldest Material on Earth The mineral zircon serves as a tiny time capsule, recording geologic events—it's especially useful because the oldest discovered... Educator Materials Water and Life on Earth Water makes life as we know it possible. By using water more wisely, we can make sure there's enough to share with all living things.   Workshops SCCS-NY 2017 offers workshops on a range of engaging conservation topics for conference participants to learn new methods and advance...   Fish Out Of Water   Article Study By American Museum Of Natural History Paleontologists Reveals Timing Of Physical And Sexual Maturity Among Dinosaur Ancestors To Birds Comparison to Competitors Shows that Early Dinosaurs SurvivedTwo Mass Extinctions Without Special Traits Article New Fossil Indicates Origin And Rise Of Modern Mammals   Article New Find At Ghost Ranch. New Mexico, Shows Dinosaurs Coexisted With Their Predecessors For 15 To 20 Million Years NEW VELOCIRAPTOR RELATIVE HAD STOCKY LIMBS AND TWO CLAWS ON ITS FEET   Payne, Ansel   Article Your Emotional Brain Your brain gets information from two different sources: Your senses tell you what's going on in the outside world, while your emotions...