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These in-depth articles look at the work done by three ocean scientists at Cal:
"Field Notes from Joey Pakes." Find out why this cave-diving graduate student is utterly obsessed with an obscure little crustacean called the remipede.
"Cleaning Arsenic from Bangladesh's Water." Forty million Bangladeshis are exposed to dangerously high levels of arsenic in their drinking water. Find out how Ashok Gadgil and his Berkeley Lab colleagues have been working to find an effective, affordable and practical way to remove the arsenic from water in Bangladesh.
"Science Looks at the Source of Life." "When I say climate, I mean water," says climate modeler Inez Fung of Berkeley Lab's Earth Sciences Division. "It's the basis of the whole earth system."