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Image of an ice-age musk ox.   Image In their research, scientists looked at ice-age mammal DNA and at long-term climate records.
Updated October 28, 2011
Image of reindeer.   Image While many ice-age mammals went extinct, some are still with us, thriving in northern climes.
Updated October 28, 2011
Photo showing bones of many large mammals on a groundcloth and three scientists.   Image The bones of many large mammals lie before scientists, a result of extensive field work.
Updated October 28, 2011
Photo, left-to-right, of Vijay Srivastava, Kanwal Bhatti, Yintao Song and Richard James.   Image From left, Vijay Srivastava, Kanwal Bhatti, Yintao Song and Richard James.
Updated October 28, 2011
Image of scientist standing next to outcrop containing a mammoth tusk.   Image Ancient bones, yes, but the tale of extinction they tell may reach into the present.
Updated October 28, 2011
Image of ice-age musk oxen.   Image Many, but not all, ice-age mammals went extinct due to climate change and human influences.
Updated October 28, 2011
Illustration showing male and female wrens singing.   Image The researchers were surprised to find that the brains of both birds had a record of the full duet.
Updated October 27, 2011
Screen capture showing position of Asteroid 2005 YU55 as it passes closer to Earth than the moon.   Image From November 8 to 9, asteroid 2005 YU55 will travel closer to the Earth than the moon ever does.
Updated October 26, 2011
Image of Asteroid 2005 YU55 observed by Arecibo Telescope.   Image Asteroid 2005 YU55 observed by Arecibo Telescope--a National Science Foundation facility.
Updated October 25, 2011
Wild tomato leaves: how drought affects wild tomatoes is a focus of one award.   Image Wild tomato leaves: how drought affects wild tomatoes is a focus of one award.
Updated October 25, 2011
Subjects range from bacteria to amphibians, from plankton to ants to wild tomatoes.   Image Subjects range from bacteria to amphibians, from plankton to ants to wild tomatoes.
Updated October 25, 2011
NSF Dimensions of Biodiversity scientists are studying rainforests to ocean depths.   Image NSF Dimensions of Biodiversity scientists are studying rainforests to ocean depths.
Updated October 25, 2011
Researchers will study ciliates, widespread in aquatic ecosystems, as part of their grant.   Image Researchers will study ciliates, widespread in aquatic ecosystems, as part of their grant.
Updated October 25, 2011
Image of a robotic device measuring chemosynthetic processes at a hydrothermal vent in deep ocean.   Image At a hydrothermal vent in the deep ocean, scientists measure chemosynthetic processes.
Updated October 25, 2011
Dimensions of Biodiversity ecologists are investigating microbes on the skin of amphibians.   Image Dimensions of Biodiversity ecologists are investigating microbes on the skin of amphibians.
Updated October 25, 2011
Panorama photo of the President and the National Medal awardees   Image President Obama presented the 2010 National Medals of Science at the White House in October.
Updated October 25, 2011
Image showing a simulation of one month of 20th century climate.   Image Simulation of a month of 20th century climate, using the Community Climate System Model.
Updated October 25, 2011
Image of two fish beneath coral and other fish swimming above.   Image In a twist, marine life off the California coast would need to move south, not north.
Updated October 25, 2011
Image of a tropical fish feeding on algae.   Image Swimming as fast as I can: marine species, and those on land, are avoiding climate change.
Updated October 25, 2011
Image of a lobster's head.   Image Lobsters may need to keep up the pace to "out-run" the effects of climate change.
Updated October 25, 2011
Image of a moray eel in a coral reef.   Image The habitats of moray eels and other marine species are affected by global warming.
Updated October 25, 2011
Image of a school of tropical fish.   Image Similar movement rates are needed to stay ahead of climate change on land, in the oceans.
Updated October 25, 2011
Image of fish in a coral reef.   Image Escaping climate change: one if by land, two if by sea? No, according to recent results.
Updated October 25, 2011
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