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California's Trinity Lake Rise of the ridiculously resilient ridge: California drought patterns becoming more common
Released April 1, 2016
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Stephen Decina  measures carbon dioxide Urban soils release surprising amounts of CO2
Released February 23, 2016
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screen shot of a jet Jet contrails affect surface temperatures
Released June 18, 2015
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the Automated Radio Telemetry System on a sloth We are entering a 'golden age' of animal tracking
Released June 12, 2015
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mice in two different size chambers Penn researchers show that mental 'map' and 'compass' are two separate systems
Released May 18, 2015
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aview of the Fourmile Canyon Fire burning Colorado's Front Range fire severity not much different than past, says CU study
Released September 24, 2014
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Emperor penguins New research using satellite images reveals that emperor penguins are more willing to relocate than previously thought
Released June 18, 2014
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people and society graphic Highway Through Amazon Worsens Effects of Climate Change, Provides Mixed Economic Gains
Released May 31, 2012
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photo of tourists watching pandas Researchers Give Long Look at Who Benefits From Nature Tourism
Released April 27, 2012
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image of Mount Ortles New Cores From Glacier in the Eastern European Alps May Yield New Climate Clues
Released January 9, 2012
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image of wine grapes on a tree Global Warming's Impact on Premium Wine
Released June 29, 2011
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image of smoke coming from a chimney Stanford Climate Scientists Forecast Permanently Hotter Summers
Released June 6, 2011
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a large wind farm Global Warming Won't Harm Wind Energy Production, Climate Models Predict
Released May 2, 2011
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Jack Liu 'Telecoupling' Explains Why It's a Small (and Fast) World, After All
Released February 18, 2011
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people and society graphic Workers Rate Safety Most Important Workplace Issue in New Labor Day Study
Released August 30, 2010
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waterfall in the Brazilian rainforest First Research Trip Across Western Amazon Yields Surprising Results
Released July 7, 2010
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Tony Grubesic Mathematical Model Can Help Communities Better Evaluate Sex Offender Policies
Released March 12, 2010
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News thumbnail El Niņo and a Pathogen Killed Costa Rican Toad, Study Finds
Released March 1, 2010
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Jason Briner Ice Sheets Can Retreat 'In a Geologic Instant,' Study of Prehistoric Glacier Shows
Released June 21, 2009
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people and society Wealth Gap is Increasing, University of Michigan Study Shows
Released August 7, 2007
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