USU researcher gears up for all-female Antarctica expedition – KSL.com

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Dec 272015
 

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USU researcher gears up for all-female Antarctica expedition
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SALT LAKE CITY — At this time next year, Melissa Haeffner hopes to be scaling the terrain of the coldest continent on Earth as a participant in Homeward Bound's first all-female voyage to Antarctica. But even now, Haeffner said her journey is unfolding.

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Utahn returns home after biking 730 miles across Antarctica – ksl.com

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Feb 222014
 

Utahn returns home after biking 730 miles across Antarctica
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SALT LAKE CITY — Ice biking is not an Olympic sport, but a Utahn recently finished a trek to the bottom of the world that just might be worthy of a medal. Dan Burton, a bike shop owner from Saratoga Springs, spent 51 days in sub-zero temperatures

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Meet John Jeavons – ksl.com

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Feb 252012
 

John Jeavons is the Executive Director of Ecology Action of the Mid-Peninsula, a 501 (c) (3) organization. He is known internationally as the leading researcher and method developer, teacher, and consultant for the small-scale, sustainable agricultural …
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Uintah County de-icing practice may break environment law – ksl.com

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Jan 232011
 

VERNAL — Uintah County may be in hot water with local and state environmental officials over its method of clearing frozen culverts with, well, hot water. That’s because the high-temperature water used by the county’s road crews to de-ice culverts is the …
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