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Image of Jianguo "Jack" Liu as he discusses green behavior in China's big cities.   Video Jianguo "Jack" Liu discusses green behavior in China's big cities.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated January 14, 2011
Photo of a coal power plant in Xian, China releasing sulfur dioxide directly into the atmosphere.   Image A coal power plant in Xian, China releases sulfur dioxide directly into the atmosphere.
Updated January 14, 2011
Photo of Great Wall of China near Beijing obscured by air pollution, dust and sand.   Image Burning of fossil fuels, dust and sand obscure a section of the Great Wall of China near Beijing.
Updated January 14, 2011
Photo of Dr. Stephen Jolly and Doug Martin of AbsMaterials.   Image Clean water being passed over a vibratory separator after treatment with Osorb.
Updated January 14, 2011
Photo of a fossil plant leaf that is likely a member of a family that includes poinsettias.   Image Fossil leaf from a plant that's likely a member of the family that includes poinsettias.
Updated January 13, 2011
Cover of the January, 2011 issue of the journal Trends in Ecology and Evolution.   Image Conservation paleobiologists are looking at ecology and evolution in new ways.
Updated January 13, 2011
Photo of an arctic fox.   Image The arctic fox once lived in a much wider ecological range; climate change drove it north.
Updated January 13, 2011
Image showing corals and other fossils.   Image Corals and other fossils from long-ago seas tell scientists much about life on Earth today.
Updated January 13, 2011
Map of North America during the Pleistocene 12,000 years ago showing glaciation.   Image During the Pleistocene, many glaciations occurred; this shows North America 12,000 years ago.
Updated January 13, 2011
Illustrations of the extinct Hawaiian Rail and Hawaiian Spotted Rail or Hawaiian Crake.   Image The Hawaiian Rail and Hawaiian Spotted Rail or Hawaiian Crake are now extinct.
Updated January 13, 2011
Photo of a teacher sitting at a desk , blackboard with the word EXAM, and students taking a test.   Image The desire to perform well in academics causes some students to perform below their abilities.
Updated January 13, 2011
Image of geoscientist Jeff Kiehl.   Video Geoscientist Jeff Kiehl talks about his findings on Earth's potential future climate.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated January 13, 2011
World map showing location of sediment cores from beneath the sea-floor.   Image Cores of sediment drilled from beneath the sea-floor provide information on paleoclimate.
Updated January 13, 2011
World map showing lake levels and pollen samples used to learn about past climates.   Image Scientists learn about past climates through "proxies" such as pollen in lake sediments.
Updated January 13, 2011
World map showing location of tree rings, coral reefs and ice used to study past climates.   Image Tree rings, coral reefs and long-frozen ice allow scientists glimpses of distant past climates.
Updated January 13, 2011
Photo of a red sun on the horizon with silouetted landscape in foreground.   Image Earth may someday return to a hotter climate when the Antarctic ice sheet didn't exist.
Updated January 13, 2011
Photo of New York Times technology correspondent David Pogue.   Image View a video with David Pogue about filming the series.
Updated January 13, 2011
Photo of New York Times technology correspondent David Pogue.   Image View a video with David Pogue about the NOVA series.
Updated January 13, 2011
Text: Making Stuff.   Image View a video on Making Stuff.
Updated January 13, 2011
Photo of David Pogue leaning against a car with a NOVA logo on the car's hood.   Image David Pogue examines the latest advancements in materials research in a NSF-funded PBS series.
Updated January 13, 2011
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