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Photo of Cave Crawler, which autonomously maps underground mines and aids in rescue missions.   Image Cave Crawler is a research robot designed to autonomously map underground mines and aid in rescue.
Updated June 23, 2011
Photo of the legged robot Dante II, which explored and sampled an active volcano.   Image The legged robot Dante II explored and sampled the active volcano at Alaska's Mt. Spurr in 1993.
Updated June 23, 2011
Photo of children playing with space-filling blocks.   Image Recommendations include devoting adequate instructional time and resources for K-5th grade science.
Updated June 23, 2011
Cover of  the report Successful K-12 STEM Education.   Image The report offers recommendations geared for schools and districts and for policy-makers.
Updated June 23, 2011
Photo of scientists measuring  the length of an alligator.   Image Scientists measure the length of an alligator.
Updated June 21, 2011
Photo of an acoustic transmitter attached to the tail of an alligator.   Image An acoustic transmitter is attached to the tail of an alligator.
Updated June 21, 2011
Photo of researchers weighing an alligator using a spring scale.   Image Researchers weigh an alligator using a spring scale.
Updated June 21, 2011
Photo of an alligator in Florida's Shark River.   Image Florida's Shark River: home to many alligators, key parts of the aquatic ecosystem.
Updated June 21, 2011
Photo of an alligator on the bank of the Shark River.   Image An alligator lazes on the bank of the Shark River.
Updated June 21, 2011
Photo of Adam Rosenblatt holding an alligator.   Image In a study at NSF's Florida Coastal Everglades LTER site, Adam Rosenblatt holds an alligator.
Updated June 21, 2011
Photo of vehicles traveling down a road with downed telephone poles and collapsed houses.   Image From June through October, hurricanes may leave destruction in their wakes.
Updated June 20, 2011
Photo of a duststorm engulfing Stratford, Texas.   Image In extreme drought like that of the 1930s, cities like Stratford, Texas, are engulfed by dust.
Updated June 20, 2011
Photo of a snow-covered road and telephone wires sagging under a heavy burden of snow.   Image A hint of what's to come: six months from now, much of the U.S. may look like this picture.
Updated June 20, 2011
Photo of a tornado.   Image Tornadoes wreaked havoc during one of the country's most active weather seasons on record.
Updated June 20, 2011
Photo of lightning at night.   Image Summer thunderstorms may knock out electricity for thousands and ground airplanes in wide areas.
Updated June 20, 2011
Photo of a firefighter in the foreground and wildfire burning a forest in the background.   Image New Mexico's Last Chance Fire. Wind-driven wildfires char forests--and nearby human dwellings.
Updated June 20, 2011
Photo of a scientist inspecting a find in Como Bluff Quarry sediments.   Image Member of research team closely inspects find in Como Bluff Quarry sediments.
Updated June 20, 2011
Photo of scientists unearthing dinosaur fossils at Como Bluff Quarry, Wyoming.   Image Scientists at work unearthing dinosaur fossils at a site in Como Bluff Quarry, Wyoming.
Updated June 20, 2011
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