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Four scientists on a boat on the Elwha River

Diving the Wilds of the Strait of Juan de Fuca: Should we Stay or Should we Go? In the third and final post in a series about scientific diving, Sean Sheldrake, Steve Rubin, and Alan Humphrey talk about diving to collect data about sediment in the Strait of Juan de Fuca


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EPA's Homeland Security Research Center Turns 10 EPA’s National Homeland Security Research Center(NHSRC) was established on September 28, 2002. A decade later, NHSRC Director Jon Herrmann reflects on ten year’s worth of work to strengthen and protect our nation.


Underwater image of seagrass

Seagrasses are the Nurseries of our Coastal Waters Seagrass is an important part of an aquatic environment’s ecosystem. In a recent Around the Water Cooler blog post, Lahne Mattas-Curry writes about the benefits of seagrass and the work EPA is doing to protect this natural resource.


Graphic displaying the ways sensors can collect information

Sensors and Sensibility We are surrounded by innovative technologies that put a world of information at our fingertips. Vasu Kilaru blogs about how we can use this technology to collect even more information that will help protect human health and the environment.


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