Articles by Natasha Strydhorst

Natasha Strydhorst

Natasha Strydhorst is the Chimes Science and Technology editor for the 2014-15 school year. She is a junior Writing and Environmental Studies major from Calgary, Alberta (Canada). She enjoys reading, writing, the great outdoors, and virtually any combination thereof.

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Yellowstone magma reserve measured 2.5 times previous estimate

At 80 kilometers long and 20 wide, Yellowstone National Park’s magma reserve measures are two and a half times the pre...

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Colony collapse clue: exhaust confuses honeybees’ sense of smell

It seems that the ongoing phenomenon of Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD), which has been affecting North America’s honey...

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IPCC report reveals strong evidence for human-caused climate change

The UN’s Climate Panel released a new, extensive report on Friday (Sept. 27), the fifth in a continuing series of clim...

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Grand River cleanup event raises watershed pollution awareness

About 900 west Michigan residents combed around 30 miles of the Grand River and its tributaries’s banks last Saturday ...

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Researchers track ants, discover formic careers

When it comes to workforce patterns and habits, it seems that human beings aren’t unique in our stir-craziness and “...