Mapping Extreme Snowmelt and its Potential Dangers

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July 15, 2021

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Mapping Extreme Snowmelt and its Potential Dangers

Runoff from melting snow is an essential water resource for many communities and ecosystems, but when snow melts too rapidly in a short time, it can be destructive. To better understand the processes that drive such melting, researchers mapped extreme snowmelt events over 30 years.

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With $3M Grant, UArizona-Led Center to Advance At-Home Health Care Technology

Researchers are building a future in which wearable devices will allow clinicians to gather patient data remotely and provide "care in place" to patients at home.

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UArizona Receives $1.3M Federal Grant to Study Synthetic Chemicals Posing Risk to Regional Aquifer

Synthetic chemicals known as PFAS not only pose a long-term threat to groundwater quality, but also a long-term challenge to scientists tasked with cleaning them up.

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Professor's Underwater Tent Invention to Appear on Shark Week

The portable inflatable Ocean Space Habitat, co-invented by UArizona professor Winslow Burleson, allows occupants to essentially camp out underwater.

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