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Former ‘National Geographic’ photo editor visits UO to inspire the next generation of environmental photojournalists

When former National Geographic executive photo and environment editor, Dennis Dimick, flies across the United States, he tries to get a window seat. He hopes for clear skies over areas facing unprecedented water, snowpack and land use challenges, such as the Southwest. Sometimes he gets a chance to take a …

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Science Pick of the Week: Research shows sharks found in Oregon coastal waters are older than previously believed

Students planning to spend their winter break on the Oregon coast should keep a lookout for some shark species with unexpectedly long lifespans swimming near the beach. New research suggests that sharks can live much longer than scientists originally believed. Four shark species analyzed in a recent study published in …

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