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View Resource Patrick Center for Environmental Research

More than 60 years ago, Dr. Ruth Patrick created a powerful vision for how science could help society protect environmental quality and founded a new program (the Department of Limnology) at The...
View Resource Introduction to Bacillariophyta (The Diatoms)

The Bacillariophyta are the diatoms. With their exquisitely beautiful silica shells, or frustules such as that of Odontella shown above at right, diatoms are among the loveliest microfossils. They...
View Resource The LPN: A Practical Way to Alleviate the Nursing Shortage

Across the country, hospitals face a shortage of nursing staff. Many hospital executives report difficulty recruiting sufficient numbers of nurses. Over the next 15 years ? as the baby boom g...
View Resource Earthquake Engineering: Strong Motion Research Group

The Earthquake Engineering - Strong Motion Group is a research group of the University of Southern California, Civil Engineering Department. Its research focuses on: (i) earthquake strong ground...
View Resource Center for Earthquake Research and Information (CERI)

CERI is poised for rapid growth and increased recognition. New hiring in core and emerging fields will improve existing areas of research and allow us to expand into a new focus area that takes...
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