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Embargoed NSF news releases are available to reporters at EurekAlert.

The coast of Alaska and the Bering Glacier viewed from the ocean drillship JOIDES Resolution. Climate can grind down mountains faster than they can rebuild
Released November 23, 2015
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Comic showing three superheroes with text Generation Nano Small science, Superheroes Superhero boom inspires new contest, science learning
Released November 19, 2015
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Scientist lowering an instrument in water Low-oxygen 'dead zones' in North Pacific linked to past ocean warming
Released November 18, 2015
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Community College Innovation Challenge

Community College Innovation Challenge: Enter Now!
Updated Oct. 15, 2015

When Nature Strikes

When Nature Strikes - Science of Natural Hazards
Updated Sept. 29, 2015

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