Question of the Week: What’s one scientific fact you learned as a youngster that still affects your environmental decisions as an adult?
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A salt marsh is an important fishery breeding ground. Coal and oil deposits formed from plants that lived millions of years ago. So many seemingly small facts reflect just a part of the larger environment in which we live.
What’s one scientific fact you learned as a youngster that still affects your environmental decisions as an adult?
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