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ECHO scientists use atmospheric physics, quantum physics, biology, neuroscience, geology, space science, and technologies including computational science, remote sensing, data mining, and geographical tools to focus our research on the environment and natural hazards, human societies, the human mind, and health. ECHO scientists use climate and weather modeling, and observations of the Earth at all scales, to analyze Earth systems with particular emphasis on the environmental impacts of climate change and natural hazards including agriculture, climate variability, wildfires, earthquakes, and air pollution. ECHO also conducts research about universal consciousness and life in the universe, the relationship between the mind and quantum systems, measurement and observations, and philosophical foundations and questions.

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