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earth mantle Composition of Earth's mantle revisited
Released June 17, 2014
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image of a cougars' face Cougars' diverse diet helped them survive the Pleistocene mass extinction
Released April 22, 2014
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Isabella Island in the Galapagos Source of Galapagos eruptions is not where models place it
Released January 21, 2014
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Florida water supply Many viewpoints, one problem: Managing water resources responsibly
Released August 26, 2013
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deep Earth heat surprise Deep Earth heat surprise
Released August 9, 2013
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CT scan of a modern woodpecker's brain Bird Brains Predate Birds Themselves
Released July 31, 2013
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China's Loess Plateau Study Shows Warming in Central China Greater Than Most Climate Models Indicated
Released May 14, 2013
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image of a volcano Taking the "Pulse" of Volcanoes Using Satellite Images
Released November 5, 2012
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Soufriere Hills Volcano Ten Years of Soufriere Hills Volcano Research Published
Released November 18, 2010
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slab of the Munich Archaeopteryx Inside the First Bird, Surprising Signs of a Dinosaur
Released October 8, 2009
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During a warming spike more than 55 million years ago, insects chewed large holes in this leaf. Fossil Record Suggests Insect Assaults on Foliage May Increase with Warming Globe
Released February 11, 2008
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