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It’s January, and an aluminum skiff glides slowly across the waters of an old, flooded railroad tunnel in northern Georgia. Its lone passenger is an atomizer, a machine commonly used to disperse air(More)
Having grown up in China, entomologist Andrew Li didn’t see his first tick until 2000, when he began working at a U.S. Department of Agriculture lab in Kerrville, Texas, studying tick species that(More)
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