City phosphorus, country phosphorus: can we mitigate P in different environments?
Phosphorus is essential for life, but there is such thing as too much of a good thing. In excess, phosphorus can cause algal blooms, creating dead zones in bodies of water. How do we prevent phosphorus from entering water systems? Katrina Macintosh and her team did a comprehensive review to track phosphorus from diffuse sources to find out. Read more of this article at envirobites, by clicking here. Image above used with permission: Katrina A. Macintosh, Brooke K. Mayer, Rich
Shortages of rare earth elements could limit clean energy development
My latest for the Massive Science Consortium, on the rare earth elements shortage and the strange places researchers are trying to find them. Read more here.