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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
a multi-colored bush anole July 20, 2016
CCNY research gleans climate change insight from lizard genome
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
newly discovered Talamancan Palm-Pitviper July 18, 2016
New venomous snake discovered in Costa Rica
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
screen shot of researchers doing plant research July 12, 2016
Disentangling the plant microbiome
News From the Field
fecal matter transplant July 12, 2016
These days fecal transplantation is no joke
News From the Field
a female valerian plant June 30, 2016
Climate change's effect on Rocky Mountain plant is driven by sex
News From the Field
ectomycorrhizal fungi connected to tree roots June 30, 2016
Study finds that plant growth responses to high carbon dioxide depend on symbiotic fungi
News From the Field
Richard Wehr works on a flux tower June 30, 2016
Watching a forest breathe
News From the Field
jewel beetles June 30, 2016
Eye of the beetle: How the emerald ash borer sees may be key to stopping it
News From the Field
mosaic of ALOS and Radarsat-1 interferograms June 28, 2016
New study shows impact of man-made structures on Louisiana's coastal wetlands
News From the Field
A 25 million-year-old termite nest with the remains of a June 22, 2016
Researchers discover oldest evidence of 'farming' -- by insects
Press Release
Hubbard Brook June 22, 2016
Neutralizing acidic forest soils boosts tree growth, causes spike in nitrogen export
News From the Field
a 25 million-year-old termite nest June 22, 2016
The world's oldest farmers
News From the Field
image of a squash bee June 21, 2016
How squash agriculture spread bees in pre-Columbian North America
News From the Field
a cow moose and twin calves near Louis Lake June 21, 2016
New research details how big game follow spring green-up
News From the Field
biology graphic June 15, 2016
How the butterfly got its spots
News From the Field
a view of the Cache La Poudre River June 15, 2016
For tropical mayflies, mountain passes are higher indeed
News From the Field
cross section of a mussel shell showing thickness June 15, 2016
Modern mussel shells much thinner than 50 years ago
News From the Field
garlic mustard invasion June 14, 2016
Garlic mustard populations likely to decline
News From the Field
a bee pollinates a cotton flower June 10, 2016
Supporting pollinators could have big payoff for Texas cotton farmers
News From the Field
Sampling coral reef June 8, 2016
World Oceans Day: Coral reefs falling victim to overfishing, pollution fueled by climate change
Discovery
Russia's Lena Delta June 7, 2016
World Oceans Day: Deltas critical to food production, fisheries health, storm protection
Discovery
Watch a video showing Axial Seamount in the Pacific Ocean, via the Ocean Observatories Initiative. June 6, 2016
World Oceans Day: Bring the seas into your home; exploration is one click away
Press Release
a zebrafish June 3, 2016
Personality changes can affect fish body shape, locomotion
News From the Field
biology graphic May 26, 2016
'Phage' fishing yields new weapon against antibiotic resistance
News From the Field
Photo of small patches of tropical dry forest  on hills May 13, 2016
Natural regeneration of tropical forests helps global climate mitigation and forest restoration
Press Release
One Zika-carrying mosquito, Aedes albopictus, the Asian tiger mosquito, ranges farther north. May 11, 2016
National Science Foundation awards $1.7 million in rapid response grants to study Zika virus
Press Release
mongoose May 10, 2016
Tuberculosis in mongoose driven by social behaviors
News From the Field
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