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AIMS Annually, more than 2 million diarrheal disease deaths can be attributed to the lack of access to water, sanitation and hygiene. These deaths occur mostly in developing countries where water quality testing resources are limited. Several tests are currently used to detect and quantify Escherichia coli and other fecal bacteria in drinking water; however(More)
study of the black guillemot, an arctic seabird on the frontlines of climate change. Dr. Divoky and his organization, Friends of Cooper Island, have been studying the population and behavioral ecology of black guillemots for nearly four decades. This unique study is one of the few long-term investigations that has documented the impacts of climate and(More)
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