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Craig B. Waff, Ph.D., 1946-2012
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Wildflowers of the southwest
Human costs of fracking
The secret life of insects
Victoria, Australia
Death Valley
Ohio River floodwall murals
NASA's new airborne observatory SOFIA
Bicycling the C&O Canal towpath
Weather and atmospheric optics
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Science Education Summit
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The dramatic Paw Paw tunnel - more than half a mile long of dripping darkness excavated straight through a mountain a century and a half ago - is one of the memorable features of the 185-mile C&O Canal towpath from Cumberland, Maryland, to Washiington, D.C. Some of these photographs were published as part of my front-page feature in the Sunday Travel section of the Cleveland Plain Dealer on July 25, 2010 (HTML version of the story is at  http://www.cleveland.com/travel/index.ssf/2010/07/biking_along_the_co_canal_is_a.html ).

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