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The Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico.
Scientists at NSF's CZOs will present new results at the 2017 AGU meeting.
Science in the snow: Downloading data on trees at the Southern Sierra CZO.
Carbon in soil is a focus at the Reynolds Creek CZO in Southwest Idaho.
Midwestern farms' drains carry nutrients, research at the Intensively Managed Landscapes CZO finds.
Scientists study Northern California's Eel River watershed at one of NSF's nine CZO sites.
Dawn mist covers a tropical rainforest in NSF's Luquillo CZO in Puerto Rico.
A mobile phone application may help people dealing with post-traumatic stress disorder.
Research addresses learning across the lifespan in a variety of contexts.
Snowblowing tractors helped scientists in their snow research on New York's Tug Hill Plateau.
The NSF-funded King Air scientific crew after one of its flights through a lake-effect snowstorm.
The start of a typical day of field work on the Tug Hill Plateau.
Tug Hill researchers prepare to launch a weather balloon during a lake-effect snowstorm.
Scientist Jim Steenburgh of the University of Utah skis his way to and from the research site.
Why does New York's Tug Hill Plateau get so much snow? Scientists faced blizzards to find out.