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Image of damage from a tornado in Alabama on April 27, 2011.   Image Damage from a tornado in Alabama, on April 27, 2011; the storm carried away this entire house.
Updated July 8, 2011
Image of a UAH radar instrument showing multiple tornado supercell storms on April 27, 2011.   Image A special UAH radar instrument shows multiple tornado supercell storms on April 27, 2011.
Updated July 8, 2011
Image of the UAH Advanced Radar for Meteorological and Operational Research tracking a tornado.   Image The UAH Advanced Radar for Meteorological and Operational Research tracks a tornado.
Updated July 8, 2011
Image of atmospheric scientist Kevin Knupp working on a lap-top connected to a radiosonde system.   Image Atmospheric scientist Kevin Knupp works on a lap-top connected to a radiosonde system.
Updated July 8, 2011
Savanna grasslands punctuated with scattered trees.   Image Savanna grasslands are punctuated with scattered trees; they are found in equatorial regions.
Updated July 8, 2011
Savanna with trees and animals in Kenya.   Image Savanna extends across Kenya as far as the eye can see, stretching to a far horizon.
Updated July 8, 2011
Map showing vegetation of Africa.   Image Savanna and woodland extend across a broad swath of East Africa.
Updated July 8, 2011
An alternate view of the extensive savanna in Kenya's Samburu National Reserve.   Image An alternate view of the extensive savanna in Kenya's Samburu National Reserve.
Updated July 8, 2011
Wooded grassland typical of East Africa; here with oryx in Samburu National Reserve, Kenya.   Image A wooded grassland with oryx in the Samburu National Reserve, Kenya.
Updated July 8, 2011
Geochemist Thure Cerling.   Image Geochemist Thure Cerling developed a new way of measuring ancient tree cover using fossil soils.
Updated July 8, 2011
Jim Kinter, director of the Center for Ocan-Land-Atmosphere Studies at George Mason University.   Video Jim Kinter explains how supercomputers are used to learn about climate variability and change.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated July 7, 2011
Image of a wolf.   Image Wolves are among the many "apex predators" that have been affected by human activities.
Updated July 7, 2011
Image of an intertidal zone with many seastars.   Image Intertidal zone with many seastars; seastars eat blue mussels and so prevent their dominance.
Updated July 7, 2011
Image of Brier Creek, Oklahoma, with largemouth and spotted bass.   Image Brier Creek, Oklahoma, with largemouth and spotted bass; the bass promote a healthy stream.
Updated July 7, 2011
Image showing a lake with largemouth bass on right and without largemouth bass on left.   Image Lake with largemouth bass (right), and experimentally removed (left); bass increase water clarity.
Updated July 7, 2011
Image of a diver taking notes while examining a study area on the ocean floor.   Image Kelp increases when sea otters are abundant; otters limit the number of kelp-eating sea urchins.
Updated July 7, 2011
Image of sharks and smaller fish in a coral reef.   Image Fishing alters predator patterns; when large fish are removed, corals don't fare as well.
Updated July 7, 2011
Image of Research.gov home page.   Image Once logged into Research.gov, PIs and co-PIs can connect seamlessly to FastLane's PI/co-PI services
Updated July 7, 2011
National Science Board logo.   Image The National Science Board is seeking nominations for new Board members for 2012-2018.
Updated July 7, 2011
Overlapping NSF and USAID logos with text.   Video Video slideshow spotlighting the six PEER pilot projects.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated July 7, 2011
Image of scientist Larry Page in the fish collection at the Florida Museum of Natural History.   Image Scientist Larry Page amid the fish collection at the Florida Museum of Natural History.
Updated July 7, 2011
Researcher entering data for the butterflies and moths at the Florida Museum of Natural History.   Image Data-entry for the Lepidopteran (moths, butterflies) collection, Florida Museum of Natural History.
Updated July 7, 2011
Image of lichens on tree bark in Indiana.   Image Lichens on tree bark in Indiana; their distribution is strongly affected by environmental change.
Updated July 7, 2011
Image of a flightless leafhopper found in prairies that is listed as endangered in Illinois.   Image A once-widespread flightless leafhopper found in prairies is now listed as endangered in Illinois.
Updated July 7, 2011
Image of entomologist Chris Dietrich vacuming for insects in tallgrass prairie.   Image Entomologist Chris Dietrich 'vacuums' for insects in tallgrass prairie among corn, soybean fields.
Updated July 7, 2011
Image of a researcher collecting insects in the field.   Image To help advance biological collections, a researcher collects insects in the field.
Updated July 7, 2011
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