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Much of the nation's warming is happening at night, when record lows occur less often.   Video Much of the nation's warming is happening at night, when record lows occur less often.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated November 13, 2009
This decade's warming was more pronounced in the western than the eastern U.S.   Video This decade's warming was more pronounced in the western than the eastern U.S.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated November 13, 2009
NCAR scientist Gerald Meehl talks about how climate change is being felt on a day-to-day basis.   Video NCAR scientist Gerald Meehl talks about how climate change is being felt on a day-to-day basis.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated November 13, 2009
Photo of man boring into tree and the words Audio Slideshow   Image Watch the audio slideshow.
Updated November 13, 2009
Photo of a tree trunk cross section.   Image The researchers' findings point to warmer temperatures as a cause of the recent surge in growth.
Updated November 13, 2009
Photo of trees in mountains.   Image The researchers studied bristlecone pines at three sites in California and Nevada.
Updated November 13, 2009
Histogram superimposed on U.S. map showing the ratio of record daily highs to lows from 1950-2009.   Image The ratio of record daily highs to lows from 1950-2009 at 1,800 U.S. weather stations.
Updated November 12, 2009
Illustration showing autonomous underwater explorers that will provide new oceanic information.   Image Autonomous underwater explorers (AUEs) will provide new information about the oceans.
Updated November 10, 2009
Photo of Sen. Reid interacting with soccer robot dogs.   Image Sen. Reid interacts with soccer robot dogs programmed by students at Spelman College.
Updated November 6, 2009
Photo of Sen. Reid with shake table that simulates earthquake motions.   Image Sen. Harry Reid looks at a table-top shake table, which simulates the motion of earthquakes.
Updated November 6, 2009
Photo of Sen. Bingaman with educational technology called Math Snacks.   Image Sen. Jeff Bingaman gets a taste of an educational technology called Math Snacks.
Updated November 6, 2009
Photo of U.s. senators reacting as a launcher propels a t-shirt ceiling-wards.   Image Senators Kay Hagan, Harry Reid and Patty Murray react as a launcher propels a t-shirt ceiling-wards.
Updated November 6, 2009
A microscope photograph shows the bacterium in cockroaches that helps them store uric acid.   Image A microscope photograph shows the bacterium in cockroaches that helps them store uric acid.
Updated November 5, 2009
The American cockroach may point the way to a new understanding of uric acid metabolism.   Image The American cockroach may point the way to a new understanding of uric acid metabolism.
Updated November 5, 2009
Photo showing cockroaches.   Image Cockroaches, the banes of bathtub drains, have an unusual way of using waste products.
Updated November 5, 2009
Photo of Marcus Kronforst (left) and Ryan Hill (right) hunting for butterflies in Ecuador.   Image Researchers Marcus Kronforst (left) and Ryan Hill (right) hunt for butterflies in Ecuador.
Updated November 5, 2009
Cover of the November 6 issue of Science magazine.   Image The researchers' findings appear in the November 6 issue of Science magazine.
Updated November 5, 2009
Photo of a collection of butterflies from Costa Rica showing the tremendous Heliconius diversity.   Image These Costa Rica butterflies are an example of the tremendous Heliconius diversity.
Updated November 5, 2009
Photo of researcher Nicola Chamberlain smiling as she collects dos machos, two male butterflies.   Image Researcher Nicola Chamberlain smiles as she collects "dos machos," two male butterflies.
Updated November 5, 2009
Photo of Heliconius cydno (white) and H. pachinus (yellow) butterflies   Image Heliconius cydno (white) and H. pachinus (yellow) butterflies.
Updated November 5, 2009
Photo of a white male butterfly courting a yellow female during a mate choice experiment in Ecuador.   Image A white male butterfly is shown courting a yellow female during a mate choice experiment in Ecuador.
Updated November 5, 2009
Photo of butterfly and the words Audio Slideshow   Image Watch the audio slideshow.
Updated November 5, 2009
Photo of Carrie McCalley installing soil collars used to measure nitrogen flux in desert soils.   Image Carrie McCalley installs "soil collars" used to measure nitrogen flux in desert soils.
Updated November 5, 2009
Photo of desert landscape and the words Audio Slideshow   Image Watch the audio slideshow.
Updated November 5, 2009
Cover of the Nov. 6 issue of Science magazine.   Image The researchers' findings are published in the Nov. 6 issue of the journal Science.
Updated November 5, 2009
Photo showing a shrub turning a bright green after a rain in the Mohave.   Image After the rains come to the Mojave, shrubs and other plant life turn a bright green.
Updated November 5, 2009
A close-up of a nitrogen measurement lid under a shrub common in the Mojave Desert.   Image A close-up of a nitrogen measurement lid under a shrub common in the Mojave Desert.
Updated November 5, 2009
Photo of soil collars resting in the spaces between plants and under evergreen shrubs.   Image Soil collars rest in the spaces between plants and under evergreen shrubs.
Updated November 5, 2009
Photo of shrubs in the Mojave Desert.   Image In the Mojave Desert, shrubs create islands of plant life.
Updated November 5, 2009
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