My Turn: Will rise of nonreligious reshape US politics?

...Christians. But "there is untapped potential."David Campbell, a political scientist at the University of Notre Dame and co-author of "American Grace: How Religion Divides and Unites Us," suggests the "nones" are becoming more active. He pointed...
Study links swarm of quakes in Texas to natural gas drilling

...another part of the drilling process, when massive amounts of brine is taken out of the ground with the gas, said study co-author William Ellsworth of the USGS. Removing the saltwater changes the underground pressure, Hornbach said.But the deep...
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Photographer Bob Armstrong to lead Fireside chat organism can have consequences for others," Armstrong wrote in his book "Natural Connections in Alaska," with co-author Mary Willson. Photography can unlock the linkages people observe, including the role humans play, Armstrong said...
Study: Conservatives say they're happy, but liberals show it

...the peer-reviewed journal Science."We're not saying liberals are happier, they behave happier," said study co-author Peter Ditto, a professor of psychology at the University of California Irvine. "But conservatives report being happier...
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Study: Autism linked to diabetes during pregnancy

...disrupt fetal brain growth, especially in brain regions important for communication and social behavior, said study co-author Dr. Edward Curry, a learning and behavior specialist for Kaiser Permanente in Fontana, California.Here are five...
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Photographer Bob Armstrong to lead Fireside Lecture Friday

...of Fish and Game, Armstrong turned his photography into a new passion by creating publications. Armstrong and other co-authors have published 16 books: "Aquatic Insects in Alaska," "Beavers by the Mendenhall Glacier in Juneau, Alaska...
Conservationists concerned with cruise ship rules

...approach an area for sampling, "you wouldn't expect to find any sign of the discharge," Hale said.Gershon Cohen, a co-author of the 2006 initiative, said depending on the conditions, there could be a faster dilution. But he said he doesn't...
State | AK legislature
Little impact on Ambler road caribou

...tenth of the Western Arctic Caribou Herd, Alaska's largest, uses the study area as its winter range, said study co-author Kyle Joly of the National Park Service. "That's why we're thinking it's not going to be a very large impact to...
Coast Guard proposes Bering Strait shipping route is what keeps the waves down," said Marilyn Heiman, U.S. Arctic director for the Pew Charitable Trusts and co-author of the Marine Policy study. More than just shipping routes is needed, she said.That increased traffic in the Bering...
Study: Warming West Coast will send fish northward needed to follow them. Or else they may need to switch to different target species," Richard Brodeur, a study co-author and senior scientist with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, said in a statement."It may not happen...


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