2017 Thomas fire


Aquatic health flows into human health
By Emma Denes. Mentored and edited by Mark Shwartz.

As wildfire concerns grow, farm workers remain vulnerable
By Luis Melecio-Zambrano. Mentored and edited by Simran Sethi.

Bloom boom: Emerging human health risks from a changing aquatic climate
By Bree Iskandar. Mentored and edited by Sarah Lewin Frasier.

Emerging technology can reduce CO2 emissions from air cooling systems, experts say
By Hosen Arman. Mentored and edited by Ben Marcus.

Humans partner with machines to help save endangered animals
By Shweata N. Hegde. Mentored and edited by Chad Boutin.

The ocean connection: Researchers show how human health is linked to ocean health
By Grace Wickerson. Mentored and edited by Betsy Ladyzhets.

Photo: Undocumented immigrants were exposed to some of the worst effects of the 2017 Thomas fire. Credit: Kari Greer/U.S. Forest Service

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