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Earth Day in the future: What will it be like?

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Ecological scenarios for Earth's future: A slide show.

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Scientists at NSF's California Current Long-Term Ecological Research site discuss oceans and climate.

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Researchers at NSF's Central Arizona-Phoenix LTER site talk about urban sustainability.

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Policy analysts at NSF's Harvard Forest LTER site present New England land-use scenarios.

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Ecologists at NSF's North Temperate Lakes LTER site take the long view of Wisconsin's Yahara watershed.

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Scientists at NSF's Hubbard Brook LTER site project acid rain effects in different emissions controls scenarios.

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Biologists at NSF's Arctic LTER site show that both fire and ice are changing northern Alaska.

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