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The power of the James Webb Space Telescope leads UC Santa Cruz astronomer Natalie Batalha and team to detect carbon dioxide in the atmosphere of the exoplanet WASP-39b. https://t.co/s1yMSHyXT1#JWST pic.twitter.com/9cPgkeS5TS— UC Santa Cruz (@ucsc) August 25, 2022
🧵(1/4) The corpse flower surprised us all and decided to bloom last night! ☠️🌺 Come get a whiff of this rare and endangered plant (known to smell like a rotten corpse) today at the @ucscarboretum — open until 5pm. pic.twitter.com/4rDQc6kE7q— UC Santa Cruz Science (@UCSCscience) August 2, 2022
How can environmental organizations better engage with coastal communities of color? @coastalscipol graduate student @KalinaBrowne developed a report on the topic with actionable recommendations for NGOs.— UC Santa Cruz Science (@UCSCscience) July 8, 2022
Check out her findings: https://t.co/7GA13OypRT via @ucsc pic.twitter.com/Vs6R5A2paH
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