MadSci Search Results for Steven Korenstein

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1. Environment & Ecology: Re: When a species goes extinct, what are the results in their ecosystem?, Steven Korenstein, Grad student, Environmental/Occupational Health, Cal. State Un. Northridge Fri May 12 13:06:44 2000
2. Microbiology: Re: Has anyone ever seen a phage from deep underground?, Steven Korenstein, Grad student, Environmental/Occupational Health, Cal. State Un. Northridge Mon Mar 6 11:14:37 2000
3. General Biology: Re: Where can I find a list of the safe amount of bacteria colonies in bathroom, Steven Korenstein, Grad student, Environmental/Occupational Health, Cal. State Un. Northridge Wed Sep 20 12:56:13 2000
4. Environment & Ecology: Re: Does non-biodegradable chemicals hurt animals if eatten., Steven Korenstein, Grad student, Environmental/Occupational Health, Cal. State Un. Northridge Wed May 3 12:36:01 2000
5. Chemistry: Re: Can Chemicals absorb in yuo hands or skin?, Steven Korenstein, Hazardous Substances Scientist Mon Jan 5 12:03:25 2004
6. Earth Sciences: Re: how many hours of sunlight are there in the summer and the winter?, Steven Korenstein, Grad student, Environmental/Occupational Health, Cal. State Un. Northridge Fri Aug 18 13:18:42 2000
7. General Biology: Re: Is there a microbe that can break down plastic?, Steven Korenstein, Grad student, Environmental/Occupational Health, Cal. State Un. Northridge Tue May 22 18:52:15 2001
8. General Biology: Re: Does a person use about the same calories to walk a mile as to run a mile?, Steven Korenstein, Grad student, Environmental/Occupational Health, Cal. State Un. Northridge Thu Aug 23 18:40:05 2001
9. Chemistry: Re: How does adding salt to PSA+water turn the 'slime' back into a liquid?, Steven Korenstein, Grad student, Environmental/Occupational Health, Cal. State Un. Northridge Mon Jun 5 13:55:33 2000
10. Environment & Ecology: Re: How do I become an environmental research scientist?, Steven Korenstein, Grad student, Environmental/Occupational Health, Cal. State Un. Northridge Fri Aug 3 18:57:06 2001
11. General Biology: Re: what makes pneumonia a type of bacteria??, Steven Korenstein, Grad student, Environmental/Occupational Health, Cal. State Un. Northridge Fri Feb 9 12:33:15 2001
12. General Biology: Re: where can i find inquiry-based labs for high school students?, Steven Korenstein, Grad student, Environmental/Occupational Health, Cal. State Un. Northridge Wed Aug 16 13:38:20 2000
13. Environment & Ecology: Re: Which is worse 'environmentally,' paper, styrofoam, or reuseable dishes?, Steven Korenstein, Grad student, Environmental/Occupational Health, Cal. State Un. Northridge Fri Dec 29 14:37:57 2000
14. Environment & Ecology: Re: What organismslive in our drinking water? How do you identify them?, Steven Korenstein, Grad student, Environmental/Occupational Health, Cal. State Un. Northridge Tue Dec 19 16:51:55 2000
15. Environment : Re: What are the effects of on going exposure to methane gas?, Steven Korenstein, Grad student, Environmental/Occupational Health, Cal. State Un. Northridge Fri Sep 29 13:18:12 2000
16. Chemistry: Re: How do you know if a precipitate has formed during a chemical/phys rxn? , Steven Korenstein, Grad student, Environmental/Occupational Health, Cal. State Un. Northridge Fri Nov 5 10:46:00 1999
17. Earth Sciences: Re: What is the molecular composition of the air we breath, including trace ele, Steven Korenstein, Hazardous Substances Scientist Fri Mar 19 16:28:05 2004


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