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Emily C. Nunez


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UMD Joins Consortium to Improve Accuracy of Weather Forecasts

Atmospheric and Oceanic Science Researchers to Lend Expertise to $6.6M Initiative

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UMD-Led Astronomy Team Shows Off Stunning Capabilities of NASA’s Most Powerful Space Telescope

Researchers Probed ‘Starburst Galaxy’ to Understand Conditions That Foster Stellar Birth

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Can’t Stand Gossip? Let’s Talk, New Research Suggests

Gabbing About Others Offers Unexpected Benefits in Social Groups, UMD and Stanford Researchers Find

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Astrophysicist Awarded 2024 Sloan Research Fellowship

Early Career Award Will Help Enable Study of Black Holes, Neutron Stars

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Humans Are Making a Commotion in the Ocean. Is it Too Loud for Fishes?

UMD Expert: More Study Needed to Understand How Offshore Wind Farm Construction Affects Marine Life

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Colorful Mystery Solved: Scientists Discover Enzyme That Makes Urine Yellow

Finding Could Illuminate Future Studies of Gut Health and Inflammatory Bowel Disease

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UMD Scientists ‘Fingerprint’ Methane to Track a Climate Change Culprit

Emissions of the Potent Greenhouse Gas Have Spiked Since 2007—but Why Is Unclear

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Humans Are Disrupting Natural ‘Salt Cycle’ on Global Scale, New Study Shows

UMD Geologist Leads Research Finding That Influx of Salt in Streams, Rivers Poses ‘Existential Threat’

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Climate Change Is Hurting River Water Quality, New Study Shows

UMD Researcher Who Contributed to Paper Has Seen Local Waterways’ Decline Firsthand

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NSF Grant to Help Balance the Diversity Equation in Math

UMD Researcher Leading National Project to Help Departments Nationwide Become More Open and Equitable

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Campus Micronet Expanding to Provide Weather, Environmental Alerts

10 Stations Will Soon Be Online to Provide Precise Data

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