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Environmental Engineering is the application of engineering principles to improve and maintain the environment for the protection of human health and at-risk ecosystems.

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New Technology Shows Us Full 3D Version Of The Titanic

By: Audrey Leonen, Journalist
New technology has emerged that allows us to experience Titanic like never before. A team of experts has created a full 3D version of the Titanic using the latest 3D scanning technology, allowing viewers to explore the wreck in incredible detail.
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brown turtle swimming in ocean

Why Green Sea Turtles Are Endangered

By: Audrey Leonen, Journalist
Green sea turtles are one of the ocean's most iconic and loved creatures, but unfortunately, they are also one of the most endangered. Many factors have contributed to the decline of green sea turtle populations, including habitat loss, hunting, and climate change.
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panoramic photography of Brooklyn Bridge

New York City is Sinking But Why?

By: Andrew Ma, Jouranlist
Want to learn why NYC is sinking? Read more in this article.
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How Water Gets Polluted

By: Audrey Leonen, Journalist
Water pollution is a big problem that affects our planet's ecosystems and the health of millions of people. When contaminants enter our waterways, they can cause serious harm to aquatic life, plants, and humans.
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Shipwreck Vixen in the Bermuda Triangle by colddayforpontooning is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0

The Truth Behind The Bermuda Triangle

The Bermuda Triangle, also known as the Devil's Triangle, has fascinated people around the world for many years. Located in the western part of the North Atlantic Ocean, it is an area where ships and airplanes...

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Deforestation

By: Hamza Naeem, Journalist
About 2,000 years ago, 80 percent of Western Europe was forested; today the figure is 34 percent. Much of Earth's farmland was once forests.
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Atmospheric Rivers

By: Kaleb Fuard, Journalist
Atmospheric rivers are like rivers in the sky that can be 250 to 375 miles wide, and can be over 1,000 miles long. They cause a lot of rain and snow, which can be beneficial. However, if the Atmospheric river is too strong it can also be harmful.
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By Hhetrick, November 22, 2019

The Billion Oyster Project

By: Kaleb Fuard, Journalist
The Billion Oyster Project is a project that is trying to help the New York Harbor. They are revitalizing oyster reefs in New York Harbor. Oyster reefs are great because they can prevent flooding and they provide homes for many different species.
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two diamonds sitting on top of a pile of crushed glass

Diamonds: The Toughest Material On Earth

By: Angel Lobos Lima, Journalist
Diamonds are incredible. They are one of the most rigid materials on Earth.
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man surfing on ocean wave during daytime

The Science Behind Surfing

By: Jake Themely, Journalist
This is an article about the physics behind surfing.
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Photo by David Clode on Unsplash

The Demon Catshark

By: Keyes Bronson, Journalist
In the deep and vast depths of the ocean, there are plenty of creatures that lurk, some have even become legends. One of these creature is the Demon Catshark.
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Why Tesla’s Are Good For The Environment

By: Sulaiman Wardak, Journalist
Tesla's cars emit zero emissions, which means they don't produce any harmful pollutants that contribute to air pollution and climate change.
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