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Jessica Meir with a bar-headed geese   Video Biologist Jessica Meir isn't just researching bar-headed geese--she's parenting them too.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated February 16, 2011
Image of 14th street bridge spanning the Potomac River from Arlington, Va. to Washington, D.C.   Image NSF director delivers lecture in keeping with theme of AAAS annual meeting: Science without Borders.
Updated February 16, 2011
Image of NSF Director Dr. Subra Suresh presenting NSF's FY 2012 budget request to Congress.   Video NSF Director Dr. Subra Suresh presents NSF's FY 2012 budget request to Congress.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated February 15, 2011
Comparison of flying altitude of bar-headed geese to aircraft and other birds.   Image Comparison of flying altitude of bar-headed geese to aircraft and other birds.
Updated February 15, 2011
Photo of the drill rig that encountered magma in back of a basalt flow.   Image Across a basalt flow from an earlier Krafla eruption is the drill rig that encountered magma.
Updated February 15, 2011
Photo of the Leirhnjukur hot spring.   Image The Iceland Drilling Company rig that drilled into magma; the Leirhnjukur hot spring is shown.
Updated February 15, 2011
Photo of the Iceland Drilling Company rig at the Krafla geothermal field.   Image The Iceland Drilling Company rig at the Krafla geothermal field; it drilled into molten magma.
Updated February 15, 2011
Photo of the exploratory geothermal well during flow testing at the Krafla volcano.   Image The exploratory geothermal well during flow testing at the Krafla volcano.
Updated February 15, 2011
Photo of the Krafla volcano, Iceland, and drill rig across the explosion crater Viti.   Image View of the Krafla volcano, Iceland, and drill rig across the explosion crater Viti.
Updated February 15, 2011
Bar-headed geese are named for two stripes appearing across the head of adult birds.   Image Bar-headed geese are named for two stripes appearing across the head of adult birds.
Updated February 15, 2011
Photo taken at night of incandescent lava flowing downslope from a vent at Iceland's Krafla volcano.   Image An incandescent lava flow winds its way downslope from a vent at Iceland's Krafla volcano.
Updated February 15, 2011
Image showing letters PIRE built with flags.   Image NSF's Partnerships for International Research and Education has been going strong for six years.
Updated February 14, 2011
Photo of a coastal outcrop exposure of Late Ordovician Ellis Bay Formation.   Image Coastal outcrop exposure of Late Ordovician Ellis Bay Formation, Anticosti Island, Quebec, Canada.
Updated February 14, 2011
Map showing the Louisville Seamount Trail strung across the Pacific.   Image Like a string of underwater pearls, the Louisville Seamount Trail is strung across the Pacific.
Updated February 11, 2011
Photo of Ryan Boyko with Beduoin sheep herders whose dogs were sampled.   Image Ryan Boyko with Beduoin sheep herders whose dogs were sampled.
Updated February 11, 2011
Photo of Ryan and Cori Boyko in the Bekaa Valley, Lebanon.   Image Ryan and Cori Boyko taking a break from sampling sheepdogs in the Bekaa Valley, Lebanon.
Updated February 11, 2011
Photo of a dog's blood being take in the back of a pick-up truck mobbed by interested Papuans.   Image Taking a dog's blood in the back of a pick-up truck mobbed by interested Papuans.
Updated February 11, 2011
Map showing IODP expedition sampling sites along the Louisville Seamount Trail.   Image IODP expedition sampling sites stretch along the Louisville Seamount Trail.
Updated February 11, 2011
Photo of researchers working on the sediment cores.   Image Researchers from all corners of the globe work together on samples from seamount cores.
Updated February 11, 2011
Photo of shipboard scientists carrying a core from volcanoes in the Louisville Seamount Trail.   Image Shipboard scientists carry a core from volcanoes in the Louisville Seamount Trail.
Updated February 11, 2011
Meir is surrounded by all 12 of her imprinted gosslings.   Image Meir is surrounded by all 12 of her imprinted gosslings.
Updated February 11, 2011
Photo of scientists using laboratories aboard the JOIDES Resolution to analyze expedition samples.   Image Scientists use laboratories aboard the JOIDES Resolution to analyze expedition samples.
Updated February 11, 2011
Photo of the night view of the JOIDES Resolution, docked in Auckland, New Zealand.   Image Night view of the JOIDES Resolution, docked in Auckland, New Zealand.
Updated February 11, 2011
Flight training for an imprinted bar-headed goose.   Image Flight training for an imprinted bar-headed goose.
Updated February 11, 2011
Photo of the Compact Muon Solenoid detector at the European laboratory CERN.   Image The Compact Muon Solenoid detector at the European laboratory CERN.
Updated February 11, 2011
Image of hands holding a globe with the acronym PIRE and illustrations in the background.   Image NSF hosts the inaugural PIRE Symposium on Feb. 15 from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m.
Updated February 11, 2011
Researcher Jessica Meir is followed by goslings that have imprinted on her.   Image Jessica Meir is followed by goslings that have imprinted on her.
Updated February 11, 2011
National Science Board logo.   Image The National Science Board will meet February 14-16, 2011, in Arlington, Virginia.
Updated February 11, 2011
Photo of the head of an alligator lizard.   Image The alligator lizard (Elgaria sp.), can also carry Lyme-disease-carrying ticks.
Updated February 11, 2011
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