Sometimes used as a byword for “fat,” blubber is actually a unique, miracle tissue—with all sorts of fascinating properties.
Before they make landfall, hurricanes churn over the ocean for days at a time, kicking up gigantic waves and scouring the ocean’s surface with blistering winds.
Meet Nan Hauser, one of the many noteworthy scientists attending next week’s International Conference on Argos Wildlife Applications her in Baltimore.
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