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electron micrograph of marine planktonic microbes, colorized for contrast. Ocean's microbial megacity: Like humans, the sea's most abundant organisms have clear daily cycles
Released July 10, 2014
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painting of a frog sitting next to water Amphibians can acquire resistance to deadly fungus
Released July 9, 2014
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a closeup of polyps of Orbicella faveolata For corals adapting to climate change, it's survival of the fattest--and most flexible
Released July 9, 2014
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a Chilean devil ray Tags reveal Chilean devil rays are among ocean's deepest divers
Released July 1, 2014
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illustration of reconstructed Hohokam platform mound in the Sonoran Desert in the 13th century A.D. Scientists chart a baby boom--in southwestern Native Americans from 500 to 1300 A.D.
Released June 30, 2014
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marine bacteria producing organic compounds Marine bacteria are natural source of chemical fire retardants
Released June 29, 2014
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earth seen from outer space showing the North Atlantic currents Ancient ocean currents may have changed pace and intensity of ice ages
Released June 26, 2014
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Leo Pena analyzing fossil plankton shells Ancient ocean currents may have changed pacing and intensity of ice ages
Released June 23, 2014
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two visitors working at the Tinkering Social club National Science Foundation celebrates do-it-yourself engineers, tinkerers and inventors everywhere
Released June 18, 2014
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a circuit with batteries and switch The National Science Foundation and making
Released June 18, 2014
Fact Sheet
the JOIDES Resolution arriving in Lisbon, Portugal Gibraltar currents show proof of past climate changes
Released June 12, 2014
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schematic cross section of the Earth’s interior New evidence for oceans of water deep in the Earth
Released June 12, 2014
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Caribbean Elkhorn Coral Genetics reveal that reef corals and their algae live together but evolve independently
Released June 10, 2014
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R/V Sikuliaq leaving Sturgeon Bay UAF takes delivery of Research Vessel Sikuliaq
Released June 6, 2014
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researchers around a water sampling rosette How do phytoplankton survive scarcity of a critical nutrient?
Released June 5, 2014
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Red tide in the Gulf of Mexico How red tide knocks out its competition
Released June 4, 2014
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3-D views of sunspots with the BBSO telescope Solving sunspot mysteries
Released June 3, 2014
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Dustin Kemp takes samples from a healthy coral UGA ecologists provide close-up of coral bleaching event
Released June 3, 2014
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Harvard Forest in Petersham, Mass. A new look at old forests
Released June 2, 2014
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the deep-sea benthic foram Aragonia velascoensis Modern ocean acidification is outpacing ancient upheaval, study suggests
Released June 2, 2014
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an artist's rendering of ice age Earth Solving the puzzle of ice age climates
Released June 2, 2014
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Field of corn in the sun Harvesting sunlight to help feed and fuel the world
Released May 30, 2014
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California Clapper Rail near invasive Spartina along San Francisco Bay. Eradicating invasive species sometimes threatens endangered ones
Released May 29, 2014
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the approximate location of maximum subsidence Research finds human impact may cause Sierra Nevada to rise, increase seismicity of San Andreas Fault
Released May 15, 2014
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image of clouds Researchers show emissions from forests influence very first stage of cloud formation
Released May 15, 2014
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Water in Southern California's Great Valley flows along the California Aqueduct. California Central Valley groundwater depletion slowly raises Sierra Nevada mountains
Released May 14, 2014
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water in Southern California's Great Valley California mountains rise as groundwater depleted in state's Central Valley
Released May 14, 2014
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woman drinking water Researchers help prepare for Arizona's killer heat
Released May 12, 2014
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Mississippi River network Hydrologists find Mississippi River network's buffering system for nitrates is overwhelmed
Released May 12, 2014
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Samantha Joye studies the oil plumes UGA research examines fate of methane following the Deepwater Horizon spill
Released May 11, 2014
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