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Down by the Ocean

The vast blue expanse of the ocean is an awe-inspiring sight to behold. In its waves and along its shores, though, may lie answers to scientists' pressing climate change questions.

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Towering over the Land

California State University, Bakersfield recently installed an Eddy Covariance Flux Tower on campus that can measure the carbon and water vapor flowing in and out of the local landscape.

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Trapped Underground

Human development and fires are damaging and destroying the globe's natural habitats, but its plant life may be most helpful in healing the earth's carbon-choked atmosphere.

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It Comes in Waves

Tsunamis pose a real threat to the California coast, even if the triggering earthquakes occur elsewhere. CSU researchers are helping ensure coastal cities are ready.

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Built To Survive

When the earth shakes, there’s a chance the walls will come tumbling down. CSU engineering faculty are working to make sure California's structures can withstand the quaking​​​​​​.

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The Seismic Zone

As California braces itself, CSU faculty and students are in the fray helping the state prepare for earthquakes large and small.

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