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Sea Change: How High Will the Sea Rise

For people living on coastlines around the world, rising sea levels due to climate change is a great concern. A team of researchers seeks to improve predictions of sea-level rise in the future by learning how high the sea has risen in the past.

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NSF Science Now Episode 52

In this week's episode, we discover why freshwater lakes are becoming saltier, the role temperature plays in the spread of mosquito-borne diseases, we explore a new device for combating Parkinson's disease, and finally, we learn how to excite girls about STEM. Check it out!

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