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'Clumps' of Opportunities for Cutting-edge Science

September 12, 2011

Peter Swart University of Miami has installed a stable isotope mass spectrometer that allows scientists to "clump"--a brand new way of measuring istopes that allows a direct measurement of past temperatures, which was previously not possible. Full Story

University of Miami Rosenstiel School of Marine & Atmospheric Science

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