Study shows Wisconsin has one of the largest racial disparities in the nation for exposure to dangerous air pollution particles

It’s considered one of the most dangerous types of pollution in our environment. Particulate matter—tiny airborne particles about 30 times smaller than the diameter of a human hair—can penetrate deeply into the lungs and make its way into a person’s bloodstream.
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By John Adams

Under the Lens: Succession Planning

Researchers have identified ways that power line right-of-ways can be important reservoirs for disappearing habitat Underneath power lines is probably not the first place that comes to mind when thinking of important wildlife habitat, since power lines have well-known, negative impacts on ecosystems.
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