News.Wsu.Edu: Domain DB Profile

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All Media Count   4
News Count (W/Clustered)   0 (0.00%)
Distinct Stories   0
Blog Count   3 (75.00%)
Tweet Count   0 (0.00%)
Shared Tweet Count   0
Links Tweeted   0
Combined Tone   2.85
Combined Polarization   4.97
Combined Activity   0.28
Combined Personalization   0.28
News Tone   0
Blog Tone   2.85
Tweet Tone   0
First Seen   6/13/2012
Last Seen   10/11/2013
News/Social Ratio  0.00%
Attention/Loyalty  3 / 3161 days (0.09%)
Domain Type   Blog
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Olson Kundig   25.00% (1)
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Dan Barrett   25.00% (1)
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Washington State University   50.00% (2)
Materials Engineering Center   25.00% (1)
University Of Idaho   25.00% (1)
College Of Engineering   25.00% (1)
National Science Foundation   25.00% (1)

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WSU's research story comes out of the woodwork at new visitor center | WSU News Washington State University

...... "CLT is like plywood on steroids," said Don Bender, director of CMEC. "It involves alternating layers of stress-rated lumber to form thick plates that have advantages such as carbon sequestration, reduced construction times and superior fire resistance. "High quality lumber needs high quality grading, and that technology was developed by WSU faculty," Bender said. Research is under way at ......

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WSU News Center - Climate friendly farming can aid carbon sequestration

...... PULLMAN, Wash. - Farm management practices can provide a realthough modestcontribution to carbon sequestration in the Pacific Northwest. This is the conclusion suggested by two recently published studies by Washington State University researchers in crop and soil sciences and biological systems engineering. Throughout this cycle, carbon is stored in and released from various places, including ......

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WSU News Center - High school teachers invited to learn about climate change

...... through UI. The Cook Agronomy Farm tour and workshops will follow a 1 p.m. tour of the St. John Plots. The workshop topics will include nitrogen and water use efficiency, soil carbon sequestration and greenhouse gas fluxes. On Wednesday, June 20, there also will be tours of the WSU Wilke Farm in Davenport, Ron Jirava Farm, Curtis Hennings Farm and Hennings Farm. REEACH is an ......

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