GREEN REVOLUTION: DISCOVER

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A trip to Snowy River, a bright white crystalline formation found deep within Fort Stanton Cave in New Mexico, reveals a lot about life and energy in unexpected places. Host Lisa Van Pay meets Diana Northup and Monica Moya, researchers who study life in caves. As they explore the cave they ask questions, think of possible answers and ways to test them, and discuss how to share their findings with the community. Together, science and engineering have resulted in advancements that have changed...

Science of NFL Football - Nutrition, Hydration, and Health

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"Science of NFL Football" is a 10-part video series funded by the National Science Foundation and produced in partnership with the National Football League. In this segment, NBC's Lester Holt looks at the physically demanding pre-season ritual of NFL training camp. Professor Douglas Casa, head of the Korey Stringer Institute at the University of Connecticut, and athletic trainers from the Pittsburgh Steelers explain what NFL players must do to stay hydrated and replenish the essential...

Examining Water Abuse from a Point of Privilege: Why People Cannot Stop Running Their Taps

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A summary of research done on the water use and conservation strategies at University of California, San Diego.

CUAHSI Cyberseminar: Brian Waldron & Beatrice Magnani, University of Memphis. 3/19/2010

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Applications of geophysical prospecting in hydrology

CUAHSI Cyberseminar: Richard Vogel, Tufts University, 11/5/2010

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Hydromorphology: The Shape of our Water Future

CUAHSI Cyberseminar: Thorsten Wagener, Pennsylvania State University, 11/12/2010

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Hydrologic Similarity and the Search for a Catchment Classification Framework

CUAHSI Cyberseminar: John Pomeroy, University of Saskatchewan, 9/17/2010

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Advancing hydrological processes to better predict hydrology in cold regions

CUAHSI Cyberseminar : Mark Green, Plymouth State University, 10/1/2010

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Extracting characteristic hydrologic patterns from many catchments: the case of stream water total nitrogen to total phosphorus ratios

Anthony Livingston "Why Science is Cool"

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This video is for the Kavli Video contest