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3/11/2019
https://www.santacruzsentinel.com/2019/02/28/earth-matters-scientists-look-for-methane-solutions/Yes

Methane produced by cows is responsible for over 60% of harmful greenhouse agricultural emissions in California. Dr. Luke Gardner, and other Moss Landing scientists, research how adding warm water non-invasive species of algae to cattle feed can significantly reduce methane production.  

  
3/7/2019
https://www.sciencenewsforstudents.org/article/shell-shocked-emerging-impacts-ocean-acidificationYes

Dr. Nyssa Silbiger travels California's tidepools studying how the isolated pools react to the dramatic daily changes in pH. Using tidepools as a natural experimental space, Silbiger can determine how the organisms adapt to changes in water chemistry and apply this knowledge to better understand the effects of ocean acidification. 

  
3/5/2019
https://www.sfchronicle.com/news/article/Great-white-shark-Its-genetic-mysteries-and-how-13641338.php?fbclid=IwAR0Ipr1akMvgTv2LgRRXdmMUHNbli5XDuI3WiJGSxKgBrWqRrLXokS78WX0#photo-16975124Yes

Dr. Jue and a team of scientists characterized the great white shark genome in order to study its unusual resistance to cancer, and its remarkable ability to heal quickly from wounds. ​


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