Carrie McDonough


Colorado School of Mines

I'm a postdoc in chemical oceanography at the Colorado School of Mines. I study how pollutants found in products we use everyday could be affecting our bodies over time.

Toxic chemicals are being freed from melting glaciers

Scientists are finding decades-old DDT and PCB flowing from the Tibetan Plateau

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How Saharan dust can influence health all the way in Florida

Bacterial blooms could cause disease in humans and coral

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Can termites teach us to build environmentally friendly communities?

Meet the researchers searching for more climate-friendly architecture

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