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Pulp mill devastates swans' sanctuary in Chile

A recently opened pulp mill in Chile has devastated one of South America's most biologically outstanding wetlands, decimating its famed population of black-necked swans, along with most other bird life, a WWF-led team of investigators said Monday. "What was probably the largest population of bla...

Scientists work to plug microorganisms into the energy grid

...croorganisms to ferment into ethanol. The most attractive are known as lignocellulosic biomass and include wood residues (including sawmill and paper mill discards), municipal paper waste, agricultural residues (including sugarcane bagasse), dedicated energy crops (like switchgrass) or the non-edible par...

Inhaling a heart attack: How air pollution can cause heart disease

...n heart attacks. A study in Salt Lake City found that when a nearby steel mill shut down for a period of months, there was a 4-6% drop in mortality. The mortality rose to previous levels when the steel mill reopened. The people who seem to be most susceptible to environmental...

Geologists map rocks to soak CO2 from air

...lved in a study by Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, which will eventually inject 1,000 tons of C02 into formations beneath land owned by a paper mill near Wallula, Wash. One model is to capture CO 2 directly from power-plant smokestacks or other industrial facilities, combine it with water...

January GEOLOGY media highlights

...y riverbank erosion rates related to the demise of mill dams, South River, Virginia Jim Pizzuto and Mi...ology and ongoing processes to the construction of mill dams following European settlement, and their rece... increased in recent decades, due to the demise of mill dams. Using historical aerial photographs, they do...

Discovering drugs, biofuels in tropical seas

...s into biofuels. Cellulosic ethanol can be produced from cheap and abundant sources such as agricultural residue, fast-growing prairie grasses, lumber mill waste, and even municipal garbage. Food grains, mainly corn, are currently the primary source of ethanol, and its production requires almost as much f...

Energy crops take a roasting

.... Torrefaction is increasingly seen as a desirable treatment for biomass because it creates a solid product which is easier to store, transport and mill than raw biomass. The study examined the energy crops willow, canary grass and agricultural residue wheat straw to see what happened when they went...

Coal and black liquor can produce energy from papermaking

...xpanded by co-processing coal with the black liquor. A potential approach is to combine the black liquor with a coal slurry and process that. Paper mill processes then treated this mixture with steam and only a little oxygen to convert the organic compounds into hydrogen and carbon monoxide. These prod...

Dinosaurs -- stones did not help with digestion

... have shown that this cannot at least be a gastric mill such as birds, today's relatives of the dinosaurs ...tons, we don't think they are remains of a gastric mill such as occurs in birds,' Dr. Sander comments. In that kind of gastric mill the stones would have been very worn and would not...

Surprising findings reported about iron overload

...ns of northern, central, and western European descent. In fact, a health-screening program conducted by Barton and Acton at an Alabama forest products mill detected the disorder in 0.39 percent of all white participants, and 0.53 percent of white men. Acton and Barton said they hope that results of the...
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