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Image of the defensive helmet that helps protect Daphnia against predators.   Image A defensive helmet helps protect Daphnia against predators.
Updated February 3, 2011
Cover of the February 4, 2011 issue of the journal Science.   Image The researchers' findings are described in the Feb. 4, 2011 issue of the journal Science.
Updated February 3, 2011
Image of two juvenile Daphnia with and without defensive neckteeth.   Image Juvenile Daphnia with and without defensive neckteeth.
Updated February 3, 2011
Image of a Daphnia with mild defensive neckteeth.   Image Daphnia with mild defensive neckteeth; the teeth are used against predators.
Updated February 3, 2011
Image of a Daphnia or water flea.   Image The tiny water flea Daphnia has the most genes of any animal, some 31,000.
Updated February 3, 2011
Photo of a Daphnia, or water flea, with a clonal brood of offspring.   Image Daphnia, or water flea, with a clonal brood of offspring.
Updated February 3, 2011
Photo of a wolverine on a rocky surface.   Image Wolverines may cross a snowless landscape, if global warming continues unabated.
Updated February 3, 2011
Photo of a wolverine burrow in the snow.   Image Female wolverines need deep snows that last well into spring, in which to raise young.
Updated February 3, 2011
Photo of a wolverine walking across snow covered ground.   Image How much longer will wolverines roam in northern snows? Climate change holds the key.
Updated February 3, 2011
Photo of Michelle Meighan feeding a kangaroo during her summer in Tasmania.   Image Michelle Meighan feeds a kangaroo during her summer in Tasmania in 2009.
Updated February 3, 2011
Artwork showing a mountain, sea with fish, forest with animals on left and deforestation on right.   Image Ericka Cero Wood's artwork highlights this week's Sustainable Phosphorus Summit.
Updated February 3, 2011
Sketch showing father and daughter looking at a stack of plants, glasses filled with liquid, bowls.   Image Angela Cazel Jahn first developed the work "Our Floating Days" as a sketch.
Updated February 2, 2011
Image with words Sustainable Phosphorus Summit.   Image Scientists will address phosphorus issues at the Sustainable Phosphorus Summit.
Updated February 2, 2011
Photo of a researcher examining an ice core.   Image Ice cores are ice cylinders collected from deep in ice sheets that reveal clues about past climate.
Updated February 2, 2011
Photo of an ice core section coming out of a drill.   Image Section of ice core coming out of drill.
Updated February 2, 2011
Photo of a researcher inspecting a freshly-drilled ice core.   Image A researcher inspects a freshly-drilled ice core.
Updated February 1, 2011
Photo of a researcher examining layers in a snow pit.   Image A researcher examines layers in a snow pit deposited by different storms.
Updated February 1, 2011
Photo of the Nutrient Network site in Boulder, Colorado.   Image "Exclosure fencing" in Boulder, Colorado, marks the location of a Nutrient Network site.
Updated February 1, 2011
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