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There’s a big leak in America’s water tower: http://goo.gl/RKmFvB 

There’s a big leak in America’s water tower:

How old is that litter on the beach?  http://goo.gl/F1b7LI

How old is that litter on the beach?  http://goo.gl/F1b7LI

Go ‘Cats!  Bear Down and beat the Rebels!

Making clean water with nanoparticles: goo.gl/yXcQE2

Making clean water with nanoparticles: goo.gl/yXcQE2

Biosphere 2’s Desert Sea will explore links between the desert & the ocean:  goo.gl/Y8EjBs

Biosphere 2’s Desert Sea will explore links between the desert & the ocean: goo.gl/Y8EjBs

How to Talk About Climate Change So People Will Listen [The Atlantic]: goo.gl/w8Zm7E

How to Talk About Climate Change So People Will Listen [The Atlantic]: goo.gl/w8Zm7E

University of Arizona Fall Enrollment Sets Record for Diversity, Number of Freshmen (and we look forward to working with them in the years ahead!). Learn more about the entering class: http://goo.gl/sQ7BkJ

University of Arizona Fall Enrollment Sets Record for Diversity, Number of Freshmen (and we look forward to working with them in the years ahead!). Learn more about the entering class: http://goo.gl/sQ7BkJ

Earth’s missing heat may be hiding in the deep Atlantic:  http://goo.gl/zbVCyQ

Earth’s missing heat may be hiding in the deep Atlantic:  http://goo.gl/zbVCyQ

Biosphere 2 Assistant Research Professor Dr. Mitch Pavao-Zuckerman is an ecosystem ecologist who is interested in global change and human-dominated systems. His research explores the responses of biogeochemical cycling in soils to altered environmental regimes, with a focus on linking community structure and ecosystem functioning. He is also particularly interested in the ecology of cities, and also works in arid systems undergoing multiple environmental changes (including altered precipitation patterns and plant species composition changes). He also works at the intersection of ecological and social sciences to develop an integrated understanding of human ecosystems. This is a photo of some of his rainwater harvesting basins in action in our casita village supporting plant and soil ecosystem services. Learn more about Dr. Pavao-Zuckerman’s research interests here:http://www.u.arizona.edu/~mzucker/research.htm

Biosphere 2 Assistant Research Professor Dr. Mitch Pavao-Zuckerman is an ecosystem ecologist who is interested in global change and human-dominated systems. His research explores the responses of biogeochemical cycling in soils to altered environmental regimes, with a focus on linking community structure and ecosystem functioning. He is also particularly interested in the ecology of cities, and also works in arid systems undergoing multiple environmental changes (including altered precipitation patterns and plant species composition changes). He also works at the intersection of ecological and social sciences to develop an integrated understanding of human ecosystems. This is a photo of some of his rainwater harvesting basins in action in our casita village supporting plant and soil ecosystem services. Learn more about Dr. Pavao-Zuckerman’s research interests here:http://www.u.arizona.edu/~mzucker/research.htm

The University of Arizona’s Diana Liverman reflects on turning the environmental message into an instigator for action — for both her students and herself.  Read:  http://goo.gl/MDI5gx

The University of Arizona’s Diana Liverman reflects on turning the environmental message into an instigator for action — for both her students and herself.  Read:  http://goo.gl/MDI5gx