UM Rosenstiel School researchers study particles released into the atmosphere from the burning of fossil fuels to better predict future climate changes
New study showed relief from current dry spell unlikely within next 10,000 years
Research helps improve understanding of currents, predict movement of marine debris and other pollutants
UM Rosenstiel School-led uncover a fish “biological” clock that orients to Earth’s magnetic field
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