2.5 billion. That’s approximately the number of times the human heart beats in 70 years. And sometimes during the course of its unrelenting contractions and relaxations, the heart muscle can no longer bear the strain. If heart...Read More
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Marquette, MI – August 8, 2017 – WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Debbie Stabenow (D-MI) released a statement after the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers released the Brandon Road Study, a draft plan for keeping Asian carp...Read More
ARS scientists are devising, evaluating and improving application technologies, including sprayers of all shapes and sizes—hand held, backpack, truck mounted and thermal foggers to come up with the best ways of protecting...Read More
Popular summer tourist destinations may ‘see’ the effects A lodgepole pine forest facing bark beetle infestation, which has far-reaching effects. Credit and Larger Version May 23, 2012 The hordes of bark beetles that...Read More
Glacier lilies and broad-tailed hummingbirds out of sync Glacier lilies flower within days of snowmelt and are an important nectar resource. Credit and Larger Version May 30, 2012 The glacier lily as it’s called, is a...Read More
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