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Photo of a house burning on Galveston Island, Texas, as Hurricane Ike hits the Gulf Coast in 2008.   Image A house burns on Galveston Island, Texas, as Hurricane Ike hits the Gulf Coast in 2008.
Updated September 8, 2009
Photo of an aerial view of land, buildings and roads.   Image Urban ecology in cities across the U.S. and around the world is changing quickly.
Updated September 8, 2009
Photo of barrier beach, Springhill Beach, in Massachusetts.   Image Barrier beaches like Springhill Beach in Massachusetts are now affected by sea-level rise.
Updated September 8, 2009
Image of the NSF AC-ERE's new report that considers environmental transitions and tipping points.   Image The NSF AC-ERE's new report considers environmental transitions and tipping points.
Updated September 8, 2009
Cover of September 4 Science magazine.   Image The researchers' findings appear in the Sept. 4, 2009, issue of Science magazine.
Updated September 3, 2009
Photo of sharp-crested ridges of glacial debris that descend into Upper Greyling lake in Alaska.   Image Glacial history helps scientists reconstruct past climates.
Updated September 3, 2009
Photo of a sediment core from a lake in Alaska showing multiple layers of volcanic ash.   Image A new sediment core from an Alaskan lake shows multiple layers of volcanic ash.
Updated September 3, 2009
Photo of tree cored in Alaska to retrieve its tree rings, which reflect historical temperatures.   Image A tree is cored in Alaska to retrieve its tree rings, which reflect historical temperatures.
Updated September 3, 2009
Illustration showing how a wobble in axis of rotation caused at least 1,900 years of cooling.   Image How a wobble in the Earth's axis of rotation caused a cooling trend lasting at least 1,900 years.
Updated September 3, 2009
Photo of researchers taking a sediment core from a lake in Alaska.   Image Researchers take a sediment core from a lake in Alaska.
Updated September 3, 2009
Darrell Kaufman discusses future studies.   Video Darrell Kaufman discusses future studies.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated September 3, 2009
Darrell Kaufman explains Arctic sensitivity to climate change.   Video Darrell Kaufman explains Arctic sensitivity to climate change.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated September 3, 2009
Graph of flood elevation on the Cedar River, with inset photos of the Cedar River   Image Graph of flood elevation on the Cedar River in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Updated September 3, 2009
Graduate student David McKay gives a tour of Brian DeMarco's lab at the University of Illinois.   Video Graduate student David McKay gives a tour of Brian DeMarco's lab at the University of Illinois.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated September 3, 2009
Mark Hixon describes the deadly rampage of escaped red lion fish in Atlantic coral reefs.   Video Mark Hixon describes the deadly rampage of escaped red lion fish in Atlantic coral reefs.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated September 3, 2009
Endemic Hawaiian bird feeding on nectar of flower.   Video Understanding the Past to Save the Future
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Updated September 3, 2009
Timothy Beers discusses his research on the formation of the earliest stars in the universe.   Video Timothy Beers discusses his research on the formation of the earliest stars in the universe.
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Updated September 3, 2009
Ram Samudrala and Michal Guerguin discuss the World Community Grid to study rice protein structures.   Video Ram Samudrala and Michal Guerguin discuss the World Community Grid to study rice protein structures.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated September 3, 2009
UCSD's Art Wolfe discusses magnetic fields in distant galaxies with NSF's Lisa-Joy Zgorski.   Video UCSD's Art Wolfe discusses magnetic fields in distant galaxies with NSF's Lisa-Joy Zgorski.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated September 3, 2009
Anne Yoder explains how some claims of new species of lemurs might be "irresponsible."   Video Anne Yoder explains how some claims of new species of lemurs might be "irresponsible."
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Updated September 3, 2009
Dean Gibson and Anne Yoder talk about the rare baby aye-aye born at the Duke Lemur Center.   Video A rare baby aye-aye, named Ichabod, born at the Duke University Lemur Center.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated September 3, 2009
Charles Meneveau and Raul Cal describe their wind tunnel experiments involving wind turbine arrays.   Video Charles Meneveau and Raul Cal describe their wind tunnel experiments involving wind turbine arrays.
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Updated September 3, 2009
Photo of research professor William M. Pottenger being interviewed by Dana Cruikshank   Video William M. Pottenger describes the safeguards in creating technology to protect civil liberties.
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Updated September 3, 2009
Phil Dickens explaining the SciCortex computer which is powered by ten cyclists.   Video A video showing the SiCortex computer as it is powered by ten cyclists.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated September 3, 2009
Hari Manoharan explains creating the world's smallest letters.   Video Hari Manoharan explains creating the world's smallest letters.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated September 3, 2009
Michael Sailor talks about safe nanoparticles.   Video Michael Sailor talks about safe nanoparticles.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated September 3, 2009
Video interview with soil biologist Diana Wall of Colorado State University.   Video There's more to life below-ground, says CSU biologist Diana Wall, than meets the eye.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated September 3, 2009
Video interview with NSF program director Matt Kane.   Video Most of Earth's biodiversity is found in soil, says NSF program director Matt Kane.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated September 3, 2009
Screen capture of Joel Brock of Cornell University discussing the Energy Recovery Linac.   Video Joel Brock of Cornell University discusses the NSF grant to develop the Energy Recovery Linac (ERL).
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated September 3, 2009
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