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Articles from USA Today (Magazine) (June 1, 2006)

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Title Author Type Words
3-D imaging looks inside boilers. Brief article 251
Americans express ecological concerns. 337
Analyzing chemical samples from space. 337
Bluebird aggression offers survival insight. Brief article 272
Cancer more likely in older workers. 344
Coal may provide "green diesel" fuel. Brief article 301
Do plants really slow global warming? Brief article 262
Does Mars have soggy sand? 361
Dry season produces biggest growth spurt. 316
Earthquake could flatten Istanbul. 483
Fisheries dumping almost 25% of catch. 365
Frisco's "Big One" 100 years later. 507
Hatchery-reared steelhead trout. Brief article 91
How can children do math like adults? Brief article 239
Hungry worms may provide vital clues. 348
Interface system aids disabled artists. 340
Mudflows initiated by natural processes. Brief article 86
Pets may serve as disease watchdogs. 540
Pigs to replace fish for heart-healthy acids? 339
Pioneering exhibit features real human bodies. 417
Preserving oceans may modify temperatures. 506
Saturn's moon muscles up on methane. 393
Sea level rise offset by volcanoes. Brief article 190
Severe drought may induce wildfires. 481
Sniff of jasmine raises bowling scores. Brief article 130
Soil bacteria neutralize uranium. Brief article 266
Star Wars: Where Science Meets Imagination. 541
Sugar alternatives leave bitter taste. Brief article 193
Ultrasound and algae team up vs. mercury. 347
Uranus' new ring has scientists seeing blue. 361
Warming temperatures endanger coastlines. Brief article 219
When is a planet really a planet? 352
Will major earthquake strike Midwest? 427
World's forests continue to shrink. 959

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