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EAPS K-12 Outreach Coordinator Appointed Chair of U.S. GLOBE Partner Forum

EAPS K-12 Outreach Coordinator Appointed Chair of U.S. GLOBE Partner Forum
06-03-2019

Following a career of heavy involvement in the GLOBE programs, EAPS K-12 Outreach Coordinator Steven Smith has been elected the chair of the U.S. GLOBE Partner Forum.

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The center of tornado activity is shifting. These researchers want to know why.

The center of tornado activity is shifting. These researchers want to know why.
05-22-2019

Tornado Alley, which spans from Nebraska to Texas, is widely recognized as being the epicenter of tornado activity in the U.S. However, recent studies show it could be shifting.

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Cities living with a strong chance of rain

Cities living with a strong chance of rain
05-21-2019

Heavy rain can overwhelm municipal infrastructure and lead to flooding that can threaten lives and property. The U.S. alone spends millions - and sometimes billions - of dollars per year on flood recovery, and more is spent around the world.

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Maize Production Practices May Be Unprepared for Future Heat Stress, EAPS-led Study Finds

Maize Production Practices May Be Unprepared for Future Heat Stress, EAPS-led Study Finds
05-14-2019

In preparation for the challenges of future climate change, farmers have begun several adaptation strategies to protect future food security. When it comes to maize production, however, some of these strategies may be focusing on the wrong variables, according to a recent EAPS-led study.

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