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Presidential Research Lecture – At the Water’s Edge

 

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Presidential Research Lecture – At the Water’s Edge

Tuesday, May 7 at 7:00pm
Lillis Business Complex, Auditorium 182
Overflow in 282
955 E 13th Ave, Eugene, OR

Understanding Environmentally Important Processes at Aqueous Surfaces

Although the special properties of water have been valued and appreciated for centuries, as scientists we continue to be perplexed by the molecular make-up of water in all its forms. Equally perplexing is the surface of water, a surface that is involved in some of the most important reactions on our atmosphere, a surface that can sculpt the landscape as it flows past rocks and soils, a surface that can break down the strongest of metals, and a surface across which essential nutrients and ions are constantly exchanged in life-sustaining processes in our bodies.

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