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AEG member featured in mining consequences article
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AEG member Bill Lund was recently highlighted in an article focusing on the consequences of mining in Utah's Cedar Valley. The KUER article, titled "Falling Water Table Creates Hazards in Cedar Valley" is one in a series on Utah's Uncertain Water Future. Lund is a senior scientist for the Utah Geological survey.
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The Associated Press via CTV News
The volcano's status was raised to the highest alert level before midnight Tuesday, according to national disaster management agency spokesman Sutopo Purwo Nugroho. The level means an eruption is possible within days.
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Earthquake safety bills advance out of California Assembly
The Associated Press via KCAL-TV
The California Assembly is advancing a pair of bills designed to help buildings withstand earthquakes. The legislation approved unanimously on Monday would expand financial incentives for seismic retrofits.
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Battle lines drawn on sediment study
The Associated Press via The Philadelphia Inquirer
Scientists want data on change in sea levels. Environmentalists fear disruption. The plan involves blasting the ocean floor off New Jersey with sound waves to study sediment dating back 60 million years to see how the shoreline has advanced and retreated in response to rising sea levels.
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