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  1. Biggest Australian IPO in 4 Years as Healthscope Could Raises $2.12 BillionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 24 | International Business Times

    Patients sit together outside a hospital after they were evacuated following an earthquake in Acapulco, in Guerrero state, April 18, 2014.

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  2. Notorious 'Neonics' Pervasive in Midwest Waters: StudyRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 24 | Common Dreams

    Researchers with the U.S. Geological Survey looked at 9 rivers and streams in the U.S. Midwest-home to vast plantings of corn and soybeans as well as widespread use of neonics-in the 2013 growing season.

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  3. Examining links between injection wells and quakesRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 24 | Alaska Journal of Commerce

    States where hydraulic fracturing is taking place have seen a surge in earthquake activity, raising suspicions that the unconventional drilling method could be to blame, especially the wells where the industry disposes of its wastewater.

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  4. Yosemite visitors generate millions for businessesRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 24 | The Union Democrat

    A new National Park Service report estimates nearly 3.7 million people visited Yosemite National Park last year and spent more than $373 million in communities surrounding the park.

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  5. Utah parks visitors spend $596M, communities benefitRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 24 | KSL-TV

    Gateway communities at Utah's national parks and monuments reap the economic benefits of visitors who spent $596 million last year in lodging, food, trinkets and admission fees.

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  6. Western U.S. states using up ground water at an alarming rateRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 24 | Science

    For the past 14 years, drought has afflicted the Colorado River Basin, and one of the most visible signs has been the white bathtub rings around the red rocks of Lake Mead and Lake Powell, the two biggest dammed lakes on the river.

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  7. Sapronoses: Diseases of another kind, caused by pathogenic microorganismsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 23 | Science Daily

    The drought that has the entire country in its grip is affecting more than the color of people's lawns.

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  8. AK Beat: Some Alaska salmon declines are no mysteryRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 24 | Anchorage Daily News

    Why pike threaten Susitna salmon: While the causes of a steep drop salmon runs in the Yukon River aren't yet fully determined, we know why king salmon in the Susitna River drainage are in decline, reports High Country News : pike.

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  9. Diseases of Another KindRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 24 | Science, Industry and Business

    The drought that has the entire country in its grip is affecting more than the color of people's lawns.

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  10. 21st Century Energy Centers Could Take the Bakken by StormRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 24 | BayStreet.ca

    In April 2008, the U.S. Geological Survey estimated that the amount of technically recoverable oil in the Bakken formation might now be as high as 3.0 to 4.3 billion barrels.

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  11. In Southcentral Alaska, salmon declines are pinned on a toothy invaderRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 23 | High Country News

    ... In Southcentral Alaska, invasive Northern pike can grow to more than 30 pounds. Photo courtesy of the US Geological Survey. That changed in the 1950's. Scientists aren't sure how pike ended up in southern Alaska, but the most likely explanation, ...

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  12. RPT-COLUMN-New Indonesian president can bring certainty, consistency to mining: RussellRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 24 | Reuters

    The election of reformist Joko "Jokowi" Widodo as Indonesia's new president has spurred hopes of a rapprochement with global miners and the scaling back of some of the nationalistic resource policies.

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  13. China stockpiling strategic industrial metals - sourcesRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 24 | Reuters

    China has bought almost 3,000 tonnes of molybdenum oxide, used to strengthen steel, for the first time in 20 years, helping to support struggling domestic producers squeezed by tight credit conditions, industry sources in Europe and Asia said.

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  14. ExxonMobil Is Smart To Stay In RussiaRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 24 | Seeking Alpha

    ExxonMobil remains committed to its oil exploration deal with Rosneft despite growing tensions between Russia and the West over Flight MH17.

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  15. Obesity During Pregnancy Raises Asthama Risk in KidsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 23 | International Business Times

    A pregnant woman has her blood pressure measured by a paramedic after she and colleagues were evacuated following an earthquake in Mexico City April 18, 2014.

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  16. Water Well Permit Denied for Home in Earleville Area Polluted by...Read the original story

    Wednesday Jul 23 | The Cecil Times

    ... that a well permit was denied due to water quality problems in the area since a landmark study by the US Geological Survey, issued in January 2013, concluded that the federal government's dumpsite at Pearce Creek had altered underground water flow ...

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  17. Tourism to Ninety Six National Historic Site creates 3.8 million...Read the original story

    Wednesday Jul 23 | GwdToday.com

    That spending supported 57 jobs in the local area. "Ninety Six National Historic Site is proud to welcome visitors from across the country and around the world," said Superintendent John Slaughter.

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  18. Properties of Matter: LiquidsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 23 | Live Science

    The liquid state of matter is an intermediate phase between solid and gas. Like the particles of a solid, particles in a liquid are subject to intermolecular attraction; however, liquid particles have more space between them, so they are not fixed in position.

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  19. Brand new look at the face of MarsRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 23 | St. Petersburg Times

    What really lies across the surface of Mars? Rovers have scurried about the red planet for years, drilling, scooping and analyzing for signs of life, past or present.

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  20. U.S. scientists to map interior of Mount St. Helens volcanoRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 23 | Reuters

    A series of explosions set off by a team of scientists were expected to rattle Washington state's Mount St. Helens on Wednesday as researchers map the interior of the volcano, whose 1980 eruption was the deadliest in U.S. history.

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