The Chinese people Bryan Tilt talked to in rural Sichuan Province lived in a cloak of pollution. A zinc smelter, a coking plant and a coal-washing plant spewed contaminants into the air and into waterways in amounts far above the standards set by the World Health Organization and China's own Ministry of Environmental Protection.
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Oregon State University researchers reported Tuesday that they’ve found a dramatic long-term decrease in the winter snowpack in parts of the state. For more details, see also the OSU press release.
Heavy seasonal flooding of farm fields creates a sanctuary for fish and access to high-energy foods and places to breed, a study by researchers at Oregon State University has found.
A newly published study by researchers at Oregon State University has found that farmers’ fields that are seasonally inundated with floodwaters play a role not only in creating a sanctuary for fish during high-velocity water, but in providing access to high-energy foods and places for breeding. Features research by Guillermo Giannico and others.