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Cover of the March 25, 2011 issue of the journal Science.   Image The researchers' findings are described in the March 25, 2011 issue of the journal Science.
Updated March 24, 2011
Photo of an iceberg and the words Photo Gallery.   Image Tour "Iceberg Alley" in this photo gallery.
Updated March 24, 2011
Photo of a partial elk carcass along the Northern Range in Yellowstone National Park.   Image Partial elk carcass along the Northern Range in Yellowstone National Park.
Updated March 24, 2011
Photo of biologist Josh Miller studying bone survey data sheets along Yellowstone's Northern Range.   Image Biologist Josh Miller studies bone survey data sheets along Yellowstone's Northern Range.
Updated March 24, 2011
Photo of an elk skull.   Image Miller and colleagues found many elk carcasses during their Yellowstone field research.
Updated March 24, 2011
Photo of Cara Harwood and Josh Miller investigating an elk skull in Yellowstone.   Image Cara Harwood and Josh Miller investigate an elk skull in Yellowstone.
Updated March 24, 2011
Photo of researcher Jared Singer placing flags to mark bone locations of a carcass in Yellowstone.   Image Researcher Jared Singer maps a carcass in Yellowstone National Park; flags mark bone locations.
Updated March 24, 2011
Image of multiple-exciton generation, which suggests one exciton can produce multiple excitons.   Image Image of multiple-exciton generation, which suggests one exciton can produce multiple excitons.
Updated March 23, 2011
Photo of kudzu, the woody vine that ate the American South.   Image Kudzu--the woody vine that ate the American South--soon covers everything in its path.
Updated March 23, 2011
Photo of oriental bittersweet vine.   Image Oriental bittersweet vine is obscuring trees in forests far beyond the tropics.
Updated March 23, 2011
Image of Bauhinia, a common tropical liana.   Image Bauhinia is an all-too-common tropical liana, twining around and competing with forest trees.
Updated March 23, 2011
Image of ecologist Stefan Schnitzer who studies lianas or woody vines in tropical forests.   Image Ecologist Stefan Schnitzer studies lianas, or woody vines, in Panama and other tropical countries.
Updated March 23, 2011
Photo of a seed of an Entada vine, a common tropical liana.   Image Lovely but deadly: seed of an Entada vine, a liana common throughout the tropics.
Updated March 23, 2011
Image of a liana.   Image What a tangled web lianas weave--in tropical forests, where they're taking over prime real estate.
Updated March 23, 2011
Image showing northward flow of Gulf Stream along Eastern U.S., which diverges into the Atlantic.   Image The Gulf Stream flows northward along the Eastern U.S. then diverges out into the Atlantic Ocean.
Updated March 22, 2011
Image showing strong heating from ocean effects off the east coasts of America and Asia.   Image The atmosphere off the east coasts of America and Asia shows strong heating from ocean effects.
Updated March 22, 2011
Image showing surface temperature deviation averaged over northern hemisphere winter months.   Image Surface temperature deviation averaged over northern hemisphere winter months and across 40 years.
Updated March 22, 2011
Image showing sea-surface temperatures off Eastern North America where purple is freezing temp.   Image Sea-surface temperatures off Eastern North America; purple = freezing temperature of ocean water.
Updated March 22, 2011
Satellite image showing snow cover over North America and Europe in March, 2003.   Image Snow cover over North America and Europe in March, 2003, as imaged by a satellite instrument.
Updated March 22, 2011
Image of Richard Lenski of Michigan State University.   Video Some surprising results in the evolutionary race.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated March 22, 2011
Cover of the March 18, 2011 issue of the journal Science.   Image Richard Lenski's findings are described in the March 18, 2011 issue of the journal Science.
Updated March 21, 2011
National Science Board logo   Image The National Science Board will hold an expert panel discussion on data policies.
Updated March 21, 2011
Image of Susannah Scott of the University of California, Santa Barbara, at the NSF PIRE symposium.   Video Susannah Scott discusses sustainable energy in the U.S. and China during a PIRE Symposium at NSF.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated March 18, 2011
Research who are studying the Amazon rainforest and the words Amazon-Pire 2010, Manaus, Brazil.   Video Scott Saleska shows a field video during his presentation on the future of Amazonian forests.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated March 18, 2011
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