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Aerial views of lawns September 16, 2016
NSF awards $16.7 million for research on how humans, environment interact
Press Release
antineutrino five underground detectors September 9, 2016
Scientists expect to calculate amount of fuel inside Earth by 2025
News From the Field
a photograph of damage to Helena High School September 8, 2016
Study finds earthquakes can trigger near-instantaneous aftershocks on different faults
News From the Field
artist's rendering of a Vivaron haydeni September 6, 2016
Undergraduate researcher leads study naming a new species of reptile from 212 million years ago
News From the Field
a collision with an embryonic planet September 5, 2016
Study: Earth's carbon points to planetary smashup
News From the Field
grassland at Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve September 5, 2016
Warmer, wetter climate would impair California grasslands
News From the Field
Jasper Ridge Global Change participants September 5, 2016
Grassland tuned to present suffers in a warmer future
News From the Field
Lucy, a 3.18 million year old fossil specimen August 29, 2016
UT study cracks coldest case: How the most famous human ancestor died
News From the Field
flooding August 24, 2016
Flood forecasting gets major upgrade
Discovery
Michael Floyd August 19, 2016
2014 Napa earthquake continued to creep, weeks after main shock
News From the Field
a Colorado Rocky Mountain forest August 11, 2016
Slower snowmelt affects downstream water availability in Western mountains
News From the Field
an artistís rendering of Echovenator sandersi August 4, 2016
Echo hunter: Researchers name new fossil whale with high-frequency hearing
News From the Field
Sawyer sampling contaminants from the sea bottom August 4, 2016
Study reveals hidden pollution exchange between oceans and groundwater
News From the Field
A Colorado Rocky Mountain forest during the winter-spring transition period, which is changing. August 3, 2016
Earlier snowmelt decreases streamflow, reduces forests' ability to regulate atmospheric carbon dioxide
Press Release
a Colorado Rocky Mountain forest August 3, 2016
Early snowmelt reduces forests' atmospheric CO2 uptake, decreases streamflow volume
News From the Field
Celina Gray, a student intern at Salish Kootenai College, checks an automated camera. August 2, 2016
Building communities of research at tribal colleges
Discovery
a diamond anvil cell inside the pressure chamber July 28, 2016
Diamonds help generate new record for static pressures for study
News From the Field
sodium polyhydrides July 28, 2016
New material could advance superconductivity
News From the Field
David Boutt at the Atacama Desert July 26, 2016
Exploring one of the largest salt flats in the world
News From the Field
Corn fields in Iowa: Site of NSF's Intensively Managed Landscapes Critical Zone Observatory (CZO). July 25, 2016
What's good for crops not always good for the environment
Press Release
Praveen Kumar and Dong K. Woo July 25, 2016
Measure of age in soil nitrogen could help precision agriculture
News From the Field
a network of broadband seismometers July 22, 2016
After the quake -- data can help predict consequences of the next event
News From the Field
measuring the water content of a birch tree July 20, 2016
Trees' surprising role in the boreal water cycle quantified
News From the Field
The Long Valley Caldera July 20, 2016
Super-eruptions may give a year's warning before they blow
News From the Field
The diets of two-toed and three-toed arboreal sloths consist mostly of tree leaves. July 20, 2016
Putting the sloth in sloths: Arboreal lifestyle drives slow pace
Discovery
samples holding graptolite fossils July 19, 2016
For ancient deep-sea plankton, a long decline before extinction
News From the Field
A cold snap in the Florida sub-tropics affected mangrove and other ecosystems. July 12, 2016
The unexpected: Cold snaps in the sub-tropics, drought in rainforests featured at upcoming ecology conference
Press Release
a Lithornithid skull July 5, 2016
Ostrich relative lived in North America 50 million years ago
News From the Field
Matt Weller, left, and Adrian Lenardic July 5, 2016
Lush Venus? Searing Earth? It could have happened
News From the Field
a volcano erupting June 23, 2016
Volcanoes get quiet before they erupt
News From the Field
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