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A new OSU study shows that chemical-absorbing wristbands are very good at linking external chemical exposure—the substances that go into a person’s body—with the chemicals formed inside the body itself as it metabolizes these “parent” pollutants.
By Chris Branam
Raw milk quality isn’t compromised when tanker trucks sit empty and uncleaned for hours between loads, according to new research at Oregon State University.
Hatchery-raised chinook salmon sort themselves into surface- and bottom-oriented groups in their rearing tanks. This behavior might be due in part to the fish’s genes, according to an OSU study.
The new statewide Outdoor School has begun notifying school districts that they will receive funding for the 2017-18 school year.
While some native birds are sensitive to novel ecosystems, others don’t seem to mind
Increase in synchrony of climate could expose marine and terrestrial organisms to higher risks of extinction