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Schematic of the molecular, supramolecular and macroscopic materials delivery systems of a mussel.   Image Adaptations of the adhesive system of the common mussel could lead to new commercial products.
Updated August 29, 2011
Photo of researchers preparing instruments that gathered data on Hurricane Irene.   Image Researchers prepared instruments that gathered data on Hurricane Irene effects.
Updated August 26, 2011
Photo of scientists Sara Geleskie and Jessica Duffy measuring stream flow.   Image Stroud Water Research Center scientists Sara Geleskie and Jessica Duffy measure stream flow.
Updated August 26, 2011
Photo of a man crossing a flooded street.   Image Storms that led to flood conditions in White Clay Creek, Pa., are a research opportunity.
Updated August 26, 2011
Image of a flooded area with houses on right side.   Image NSF's Christina River Basin Critical Zone Observatory (CZO) studies the effects of storms, floods.
Updated August 26, 2011
Photo of rock exposures in the Himalayas' Zanda Basin.   Image Rock exposures in the Himalayas' Zanda Basin are a paleontologic nirvana for fossil-hunters.
Updated August 26, 2011
Photo of the skull and lower jaw of the extinct Tibetan woolly rhino.   Image Skull and lower jaw of the extinct Tibetan woolly rhino.
Updated August 26, 2011
Artist's illustration of the head of the Tibetan woolly rhino, Coelodonta thibetana.   Image Artist's illustration of the head of Coelodonta thibetana, the Tibetan woolly rhino.
Updated August 26, 2011
Phylogenetic relationship of woolly rhinos and their close relatives over geologic time.   Image Phylogenetic relationship of woolly rhinos and their close relatives over geologic time.
Updated August 26, 2011
Map of Eurasia showing descent of woolly rhinos in latitude with expansion of cold habitats.   Image As global climate cooled and cold habitats expanded, woolly rhinos descended in latitude.
Updated August 26, 2011
Artist's reconstruction of Tibetan woolly rhino.   Image Artist's reconstruction of Tibetan woolly rhino that "snow swept" for vegetation.
Updated August 26, 2011
Photo of Praveen Kumar and Phong Le at a miscanthus research plot in Champaign, Ill.   Image Scientists Praveen Kumar and Phong Le at a miscanthus research plot in Champaign, Ill.
Updated August 25, 2011
Photo of rows of soybean and a scientist recording a video.   Image Climate change will affect canopy temperature in places like this soybean field.
Updated August 25, 2011
Photo of a scientist measuring plant responses to higher carbon dioxide.   Image Free Air Concentration Experiment results predict plants' responses to higher carbon dioxide.
Updated August 25, 2011
Photo of the Soybean Free Air Concentration Enrichment.   Image Experiment: Soybean Free Air Concentration Enrichment shows plants' response to climate change.
Updated August 25, 2011
Photo of the bioenergy crops switchgrass and miscanthus.   Image Bioenergy crops such as switchgrass and miscanthus respond differently to rain, dew and sun.
Updated August 25, 2011
Photo of Russian icebreaker that will create a channel to support two U.S. stations in Antarctica.   Image Russian icebreaker that will create a channel to support two U.S. stations in Antarctica.
Updated August 25, 2011
Image of row crops in the midwestern United States in early autumn.   Image Midwestern United States in early autumn; a mosaic of row crops like corn and soybean.
Updated August 25, 2011
Photo of oceanographers watching the live video feed onshore at Rutgers University.   Image Oceanographers Oscar Schofield and Scott Glenn watch the live video feed at Rutgers University.
Updated August 24, 2011
Photo of Axial Seamount subshowing showing vent surrounded with bacterial mats.   Image Axial Seamount in the deep ocean, and a "snowblower" vent with bacterial mats surrounding.
Updated August 24, 2011
Photo of a New Englan fall scence along a pond lined with maples.   Image How much longer will maples grace New England forests? A beetle may have the answer.
Updated August 24, 2011
Map showing NSF's OOI regional cabled network.   Image NSF's OOI regional cabled network will carry electrical power and telecommunications bandwidth.
Updated August 24, 2011
Map showing VISIONS '11 cruise track/work areas for NSF OOI regional cabled network component.   Image VISIONS '11 cruise track/work areas for installation of NSF OOI regional cabled network component.
Updated August 24, 2011
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