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UC Berkeley researchers tapped satellite imagery to locate warmer communities. They then used U.S. Census figures to determined who lived in those areas.
The conclusion, published this week in the journal, Environmental Health Perspectives:
An opinion piece by Jerome E. Dobson, Stephanie L. Kozak and Joseph S. Wood appeared in The Trenton News on May 4. It's based in part of the NSF funding survey the American Geographical Society published earlier this year (APB coverage) that suggests American want...Read more
Of the 41 percent of Republicans who consider Benghazi to be the worst political scandal in American history, 39 percent are unaware that Benghazi is located in Libya. 10 percent said it's in Egypt, 9 percent in Iran, 6 percent in Cuba, 5 percent in Syria, 4...Read more
Rutgers students not ony built an app to track Sandy debris in Toms River, New Jersey, they went into the field to use it. It was aimed at determing households eligible for the township's demolition and debris removal program.
They created a smart phone app...Read more
The Penn State Department of Geography shares:
Professor Emeritus Wilbur Zelinsky passed peacefully at home on Saturday, May 4, 2013, surrounded by his family after a short illness. Information will be updated...Read more