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the Mameyes River at flood state May 5, 2016
Extreme rainfall doesn't always mean extreme erosion, Penn study finds
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Eric Roy on cropland in Mato Grosso, Brazil April 18, 2016
The P tax cometh
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biology graphic April 18, 2016
Phosphorus 'tax' could be huge if tropical farming intensifies
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dead ponderosa pine tree near Grand Canyon, AZ April 18, 2016
Which trees face death in drought?
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Caitlin Looby exploring effects of global warming March 7, 2016
Even plant-supporting soil fungi affected by global warming, UCI study finds
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a rainforest canopy February 25, 2016
Synchronized leaf aging in the Amazon responsible for seasonal increases in photosynthesis
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Stephen Decina  measures carbon dioxide February 23, 2016
Urban soils release surprising amounts of CO2
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milky blue glacial water February 1, 2016
Major storm events play key role in biogeochemistry of watersheds
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snow on trees and the ground in a forest January 20, 2016
Cool science (very cool) examines how ice storms may shape the future of northern forests
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an artificial sand beach November 13, 2015
Building with nature: Ecological design for next-generation cities
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an experimental burn zone September 2, 2015
Decade-long Amazon rainforest burn yields new insight into wildfires
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toxic algal bloom August 12, 2015
Toxic blue-green algae pose increasing threat to nation's drinking, recreational water
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kudzu July 15, 2015
Boosting nutrients gives a leg up to invasive species
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the palm genus Calyptrogyne costatifrons June 4, 2015
New tropical tree species await discovery
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biology graphic April 20, 2015
Researchers produce first atlas of airborne microbes across United States
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Anya Hopple collects wetlands data February 25, 2015
Isolated wetlands have significant impact on water quality
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a penguin and a chick October 24, 2014
University of Delaware study connects penguin chick weights to local weather conditions
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researcher collecting a lake sediment core September 4, 2014
Research shows declining levels of acidity in Sierra Nevada lakes
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terrestrial organic matter spilling into a lake August 21, 2014
Sunlight, not microbes, key to CO2 in Arctic
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Phil Robertson June 9, 2014
How much fertilizer is too much for the climate?
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sprinkler system and fertilizer March 10, 2014
National study reveals urban lawn care habits
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image of trees February 11, 2013
Tree Die-off Triggered by Hotter Temperatures
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Joshua Roering February 11, 2013
Large, Ancient Landslides Delivered Preferred Upstream Habitats for Coho Salmon
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biology graphic June 27, 2011
Researchers Find a Keystone Nutrient Recycler in Streams
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image of a soil respiration June 2, 2011
Climate Projections Don't Accurately Reflect Soil Carbon Release
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biology graphic May 31, 2011
Climate Change Allows Invasive Weed to Outcompete Local Species
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Dana Fisher April 29, 2011
Digging in Dirt, Arbor Day Planting, May Help Build Citizenship: UMD Study Finds
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painting of hands holding a match February 14, 2011
P Summit Calls for a 'New Alchemy' Around Phosphorus and Food
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Daphnia January 21, 2011
Aquatic Food Web Tied to Land
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photo of the Corralles drainage ditch December 21, 2010
UNH Scientists Help Show Potent GHG Emissions are Three Times Estimated Levels
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