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Faculty Profiles 2011

Secrets of the soil: Heather Throop leads study of CO2

By Donyelle Kesler The steady increase in carbon dioxide in the atmosphere from human activities and natural biological processes has had a significant influence on climate patterns around the world. Improving predictions of how temperature, drought, or extreme rainfall might change in the future is becoming a major concern. To enhance understanding of the patterns […]

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Boeing turns passion for nature into profession

By Margaret Kovar New Mexico State University faculty member Wiebke Boeing says she has always been attracted to nature and the creatures that live there. She even used to collect and raise tadpoles when she was a little girl growing up in West Germany. So it’s fitting that Boeing is now an associate professor in […]

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