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Links 1 through 10 of 24 by govpubs tagged science

A national resource to advance energy literacy, innovation and security. The NLE is a new search tool designed to make it easier for American citizens to find and access information from across the Department of Energy complex nationwide, without knowing DOE's organizational structure. Office of Scientific and Technical Information (OSTI). Department of Energy (DOE). United States.

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"A snapshot of the latest climate science prepared for the World Bank by the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research and Climate Analytics, says that the world is on a path to a 4 degree Celsius[1] (4°C) warmer world by end of this century and current greenhouse gas emissions pledges will not reduce this by much..."

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Using data from the 1974 to 2010 General Social Survey, this "study explores time trends in public trust in science in the United States from 1974 to 2010. More precisely, I test Mooney’s (2005) claim that conservatives in the United States have become increasingly distrustful of science." American Sociological Review. United States.

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This report is a call for the Europe and Central Asia region to take dramatic steps to position itself closer to the scientific and technological frontiers and regain the lead in regional or even global settings. It explores why and how ECA countries should use innovation and absorption to pursue faster growth, starting with the rationale for public intervention and support. The World Bank.

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The first of a new series of quarterly research reports
that will highlight the experiences, challenges, attitudes, behaviors,
and dreams of the group of Americans known as Generation X. Longitudinal Study of American Youth (LSAY). National Science Foundation (NSF). United States.

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PLoS Currents enables research results and ideas to be shared immediately while ensuring that they will be permanently archived and citable. Tree of Life is a venue for the publication of phylogenetic research that informs our understanding of organismal evolution. The submissions do not have to be full-length articles and could, for example, describe analyses that provide support for existing relationships, large-scale analyses that provide an overview of many taxa, or a novel algorithm for estimating phylogenies. PLoS Currents provides open access to all content, ensuring that authors reach the widest possible audience. All content is reviewed by a group of expert researchers. Public Library of Science.

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This paper provides some support in favor of Twitter adoption being driven by outreach reasons, rather than the well-popularized transparency motive. Furthermore, outreach considerations factor into a Republican's perceived benefit more than a Democrat's. Social Science Research Network (SSRN).

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The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Central Regional Library maintains a collection of over 400,000 photographs taken during geologic studies of the United States and its territories from 1868 to the present. This site provides free viewing and downloading of the entire USGS photographic collection. USGS.

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A wide remit covering culture, the arts and current events. Key topics include global warming, and screenings of documentaries. Many items from its renowned public events program can now be viewed online. The Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA). United Kingdom.

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Since 1950, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) has collected and analyzed water-use data for the United States and Territories. In these assessments taken every five years, the movement of water from the resource and through the anthropogenic systems is cataloged and include: withdrawals, use by category, losses, and return flows. The water-use categories include agricultural, domestic, commercial, industrial, mining, thermoelectric power, and other selected categories. United States Geological Survey (USGS).

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