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  2. This meta-analysis study reviews and synthesizes research and evaluation findings demonstrating the effects of integrating innovative technologies and technology-based learning experiences in STEM education on K-12 students’ STEM career-related outcomes. This study synthesizes a body of research from 1995 to the present, across characteristics of technology-based STEM education interventions, learning contexts, student demographics, and study designs. This study develops an understanding of the extent to which the effects of technology-based STEM education interventions are different for students who are traditionally underserved and underrepresented in STEM education. Findings suggest such interventions have small, positive effects on students’ STEM career outcomes. Interventions serving underrepresented students had larger influences on students’ career outcomes than those serving general student populations.
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    Biophysical effects from deforestation have the potential to amplify carbon losses but are often neglected in carbon accounting systems. Here we use both Earth system model simulations and satellite–derived estimates of aboveground biomass to assess losses of vegetation carbon caused by the influence of tropical deforestation on regional climate across different continents. In the Amazon, warming and drying arising from deforestation result in an additional 5.1 ± 3.7% loss of aboveground biomass. Biophysical effects also amplify carbon losses in the Congo (3.8 ± 2.5%) but do not lead to significant additional carbon losses in tropical Asia due to its high levels of annual mean precipitation. These findings indicate that tropical forests may be undervalued in carbon accounting systems that neglect climate feedbacks from surface biophysical changes and that the positive carbon–climate feedback from deforestation-driven climate change is higher than the feedback originating from fossil fuel emissions.

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  7. Rejmanek, Marcel (Ed.)
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