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Photo of a white rooftop Is white--or green--the new black in cities?
Released March 11, 2014
Discovery
Aerial views of San Diego; Miami; Philadelphia; Chicago; Phoenix; and Levittown, N.Y. Lawns across America: Is the US becoming one shade of green?
Released March 10, 2014
Press Release
View of the modern-day Orkhon Valley near Karakorum Climate of Genghis Khan's ancient time extends long shadow over Asia of today
Released March 10, 2014
Press Release
Spring wildflowers with Nutrient Network fences in the mountains of southeastern Australia. Herbivores + light = more plant biodiversity in fertilized grasslands
Released March 10, 2014
Discovery
The tent-making bat Uroderma bilobatum By dark of night, how do bats smell their way to fruit?
Released March 3, 2014
Discovery
Image of a sponge smothering a living coral head on a reef Overfishing of Caribbean coral reefs favors coral-killing sponges
Released February 24, 2014
Press Release
plant with flowers Seed dispersal study shows value of conservation corridors
Released February 24, 2014
Press Release
view of a mountain peak with patches of snow Volcanoes, including Mount Hood in the US, can quickly become active
Released February 18, 2014
Press Release
image of Mount Hood Volcanoes, including Mount Hood, can go from dormant to active quickly
Released February 17, 2014
News From the Field
screen capture of a volcano erupting Mount Hood study suggests volcano eruptibility is rare
Released February 16, 2014
News From the Field
cover of the special issue of Frontiers in Ecology journal Data-intensive ecology needed to understand what makes the biosphere tick
Released February 3, 2014
Press Release
Echinacea angustifolia flowers The truth about Echinacea: Plant commonly used for colds and flu suffers from disappearing habitat
Released February 3, 2014
Discovery
NSF's Harvard Forest LTER site in winter NSF symposium addresses the long view of environmental change: Ecological scenarios
Released January 28, 2014
Media Advisory
Artist's rendition of the newly upgraded Alvin, showing its improved interior layout. Deep-diving sub Alvin cleared to return to service
Released January 24, 2014
Press Release
Corals around Palau's Rock Islands. Palau's coral reefs surprisingly resistant to ocean acidification
Released January 16, 2014
Press Release
illustration showing mountains, river, forest, earth and a satelite NSF awards grants for four new critical zone observatories to study Earth surface processes
Released January 15, 2014
Press Release
mixed prairie in the U.S. Midwest. There's more to biofuel production than yield
Released January 13, 2014
Press Release
mixed prairie in the U.S. Midwest More to biofuel production than yield
Released January 13, 2014
News From the Field
CONTRAST logo Scientists to study Pacific Ocean's "global chimney"
Released January 7, 2014
Press Release
Atlantic slipper limpets Oh, the places you'll go--if you're an Atlantic slipper shell
Released December 18, 2013
Press Release
a pika peers out from behind thick moss in Oregon's Columbia River Gorge. Mountain pikas, relatives of rabbits, survive at warm sea-level temperatures by eating mosses
Released December 18, 2013
Press Release
Atlantic slipper limpets New study reveals the biomechanics of how marine snail larvae swim
Released December 18, 2013
News From the Field
a pika peers out from behind thick moss A roly-poly pika gathers much moss
Released December 18, 2013
News From the Field
Two Porites corals of two different species, growing side-by-side Related coral species differ in how they survive climate change effects
Released December 12, 2013
Press Release
a tomato and the text  photogallery Staple of recipe favorites--the tomato--reveals processes that maintain biodiversity
Released December 5, 2013
Discovery
a tidal marsh in Chesapeake Bay Wetlands' ability to overcome sea level rise threatened
Released December 4, 2013
Press Release
a tidal marsh in Chesapeake Bay Humans threaten wetlands' ability to keep pace with sea-level rise
Released December 4, 2013
News From the Field
The Doppler-on-Wheels on the road Scientists brave Old Man Winter to dig out secrets of lake-effect snows
Released November 18, 2013
Press Release
Forest burning because of a wild fire Scientists nearing forecasts of long-lived wildfires' paths
Released November 14, 2013
Press Release
forest burning because of a wild fire Scientists nearing forecasts of long-lived wildfires
Released November 14, 2013
News From the Field
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