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Scientist in lake collecting sediment samples in Maine Methane-eating microorganisms help regulate emissions from wetlands
Released June 30, 2015
Discovery
drawing shwoing dinosaurs, fire and dry land Big dinosaurs steered clear of the tropics
Released June 15, 2015
Press Release
 coral reefs Coral reefs defy ocean acidification odds in Palau
Released June 5, 2015
Press Release
An Atlantic rock crab Warmer, lower-oxygen oceans will shift marine habitats
Released June 4, 2015
Press Release
lightining in a night time sky Scientists tackle mystery of thunderstorms that strike at night
Released May 20, 2015
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cracked, dry soil Drought, heat likely to affect U.S. West's power grid
Released May 18, 2015
Press Release
An instrument system used to collect samples from different water depths in the ocean. Revealing the ocean's hidden fertilizer
Released May 14, 2015
Press Release
forest As Massachusetts ecosystems shrink, hard-working "hotspots" emerge
Released May 14, 2015
Discovery
dried trees in a forest Trees turned to snags: 'Sudden Oak Death' fells California oaks in their prime
Released May 1, 2015
Discovery
a school of bigeye travellies fish Scientists map sustainability challenges in Baja California Sur fisheries
Released April 28, 2015
Discovery
Scientist in a field Earth Day: Disease spread among species is predictable
Released April 22, 2015
Press Release
Collage of images showing algae in alakes and researcher Earth Day is on the horizon. But is 'greener' always better?
Released April 15, 2015
Discovery
Baboon group in Amboseli, Kenya Born during a drought: Bad news for baboons
Released April 1, 2015
Discovery
photo of the aurora in green Springtime night lights: Finding the aurora
Released March 31, 2015
Discovery
The bright blue and green colors in this satellite image show the North Atlantic Bloom. Spring plankton bloom hitches ride to sea's depths on ocean eddies
Released March 26, 2015
Press Release
group of greater mouse-eared bats hanging upside down Hibernation season over, will disease-ridden bats emerge from caves and mines this spring?
Released March 25, 2015
Discovery
Graphic of viruses attempting to dock on a microbial mat, using the tips of their tails. The 'intraterrestrials': New viruses discovered in ocean depths
Released March 23, 2015
Press Release
 forest Shrinking habitats have adverse effects on world ecosystems--and ultimately people
Released March 23, 2015
Discovery
Scientists have found that rocks beneath the seafloor are teeming with microbial life. No limit to life in deep sediment of ocean's "deadest" region
Released March 16, 2015
Press Release
Geologist Jeff Johnson working in the inner crater of Villarrica, an active volcano in Chile. Listen to the pulse of an erupting volcano: Chile's Villarrica
Released March 13, 2015
Discovery
Leaves and wood in a stream Nutrient pollution from nitrogen and phosphorus reduces streams' ability to support aquatic life
Released March 5, 2015
Press Release
Waves crashed ashore in Woods Hole, Mass., during a 1938 hurricane. Monster hurricanes struck U.S. Northeast during prehistoric periods of ocean warming
Released February 11, 2015
Press Release
DOW scientists Karen Kosiba and Traeger Meyer with radar truck Mission impossible? New England's snowstorm 'bomb' from inside a Doppler-on-Wheels
Released February 11, 2015
Discovery
Flooded street and houses in Cedar Rapids, Iowa Scientists confirm that Midwest floods are more frequent
Released February 9, 2015
Press Release
tropical grasslands and savanna Dirt mounds made by termites in Africa, South America, Asia could prevent spread of deserts
Released February 5, 2015
Press Release
houses in the Los Rios region of south-central Chile. Field fever, harvest fever, rat catcher's yellows: Leptospirosis by any name is a serious disease
Released February 3, 2015
Discovery
cover of Frontiers in ecology journal Drylands: Desolate, scorched, uninhabitable? Scientists say otherwise
Released February 2, 2015
Discovery
Arabidopsis thaliana Supercomputing the evolution of a model flower
Released January 27, 2015
News From the Field
NSF H.J. Andrews LTER site scientists measure a Sitka spruce Primary productivity--"nature's alchemy"--focus of annual NSF Long-Term Ecological Research mini-symposium
Released January 22, 2015
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 photograph of an open habitat at Rincon de la Vieja National Park, Costa Rica. Tiny plant fossils offer window into Earth's landscape millions of years ago
Released January 15, 2015
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