Money matters: Socioeconomic factors influence land and seafloor pollution
A study published today used large-scale citizen science data sets to show that socioeconomic factors like wealth and infrastructure combine with geography to influence what, where, and how much pollution is found on land, along waterways and on the seafloor.
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CSIRO appoints quantum and innovation leaders to Executive Team
CSIRO, Australia’s national science agency, has appointed Professor Elanor Huntington as its new Executive Director Digital, National Facilities and Collections and Jonathan Law as its new Executive Director Growth.
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