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Ecologist Ted Schuur describes how radiocarbon dating was used to track carbon within permafrost.   Video Ecologist Ted Schuur describes how radiocarbon dating was used to track carbon within permafrost.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated May 27, 2009
Photo of the Alaskan permafrost research site.   Image Radiocarbon dating was used to detect the loss of old soil carbon at this Alaskan research site.
Updated May 27, 2009
As areas with permafrost thaw and more old carbon is released, the carbon balance changes.   Image As areas with permafrost thaw and more old carbon is released, the carbon balance changes.
Updated May 27, 2009
An aerial view of Long Island shows its low-lying shores, vulnerable to sea-level rise effects.   Image An aerial view of Long Island shows its low-lying shores, vulnerable to sea-level rise effects.
Updated May 27, 2009
Map showing projected sea-level rise; the bar at the bottom is in centimeters.   Image This map shows projected sea-level rise; the bar at the bottom is in centimeters.
Updated May 27, 2009
Photo of a Norway rat.   Image In Baltimore, scientists have found, rats--and the diseases they carry--remain close to home.
Updated May 27, 2009
Image showing rat footprints.   Image Norway and other rats leave behind tell-tale signs of their passage.
Updated May 27, 2009
Row houses separated by an alley.   Image Rats in Baltimore, and likely other urban areas, are loyal to their neighborhoods.
Updated May 27, 2009
Artist's rendition of the Alaska Region Research Vessel.   Image Artist's rendition of the Alaska Region Research Vessel.
Updated May 27, 2009
Artist's rendition of Alaska Regional Research Vessel   Image The Alaska Region Research Vessel will be 242 feet in length.
Updated May 27, 2009
Photo of a paved road in a valley in the Great Basin.   Image Crossing the Great Basin, the surface offers no clues to the lithospheric drip below.
Updated May 26, 2009
Photo of a valley in the Great Basin.   Image The Great Basin is a desert region of parallel mountain ranges separated by valleys.
Updated May 26, 2009
Image of a valley with patches of snow surrounded by mountains.   Image New seismic images of Earth's mantle beneath the Great Basin show a "lithospheric drip."
Updated May 26, 2009
Jessica Hellmann explains the need to balance the risks of action and inaction.   Video Jessica Hellmann explains the need to balance the risks of action and inaction.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated May 22, 2009
Jessica Hellmann explains the criteria for choosing candidates for managed relocation.   Video Jessica Hellmann explains the criteria for choosing candidates for managed relocation.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated May 22, 2009
Jessica Hellmann distinguishes between managed relocation and invasive species.   Video Jessica Hellmann distinguishes between managed relocation and invasive species.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated May 22, 2009
Jessica Hellmann explains the justification for managed relocation.   Video Jessica Hellmann explains the justification for managed relocation.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated May 22, 2009
Photo of a tortoise on the edge of Athens, Greece.   Image A tortoise on the edge of Athens, Greece.
Updated May 22, 2009
This video depicts the spreading pattern of a Bluetooth mobile phone virus.   Video This video depicts the spreading pattern of a Bluetooth mobile phone virus.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated May 21, 2009
This time-lapse image depicts the spread of a MMS (multimedia messaging system) mobile phone virus.   Video This time-lapse image depicts the spread of a MMS (multimedia messaging system) mobile phone virus.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated May 21, 2009
Cover of May 22, 2009, issue of Science magazine.   Image The researchers' finding appear in the May 22, 2009, issue of Science magazine.
Updated May 21, 2009
Illustration showing the different mechanisms of virus transmission between mobile phones.   Image This image shows the different mechanisms of virus transmission between mobile phones.
Updated May 21, 2009
Photo of JILA's strontium atomic clock.   Image JILA's strontium optical atomic clock is now the world's most accurate clock based on neutral atoms.
Updated May 20, 2009
Photo of a weather station that monitors conditions at Jellyfish Lake.   Image A weather station monitors conditions at Jellyfish Lake.
Updated May 20, 2009
A photo of one jellyfish in the turquoise-blue waters of Jellyfish Lake.   Image One jellyfish "portrait" among millions, in the turquoise-blue waters of Jellyfish Lake.
Updated May 20, 2009
Photo of jellyfish in Jellyfish Lake.   Image A view of Jellyfish Lake, with golden jellyfish following the sun across a wind-rippled surface.
Updated May 20, 2009
Screen shot for the movie   Video World renowned physicists discuss the science of antimatter and the excitement of particle physics.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated May 20, 2009
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