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Text and illutration: Gloriad-Pharos: Optical Lighthouse for Science and Education.   Image Named for the ancient lighthouse of Egypt, Pharos is a cooperative program by the U.S. and Egypt.
Updated October 15, 2009
Map shows GLORIAD's fiberoptic ring of rings structure: current (blue) future (orange) connectivity.   Image Map shows GLORIAD's fiberoptic ring of rings structure: current (blue) future (orange) connectivity.
Updated October 15, 2009
Graph showing pass rate of students of CUSRP and non-CUSRP teachers.   Image This graph shows the pass rate on the Science Regents for students of CUSRP teachers versus others.
Updated October 15, 2009
Chart showing percentages of students passing the Science Regents exam.   Image Percentages of students passing the Science Regents according to teachers' participation in CUSRP.
Updated October 15, 2009
Cover of Oct. 16, 2009, issue of Science magazine.   Image The findings of Silverstein and his colleagues are published in the Oct. 16, 2009, Science.
Updated October 15, 2009
Photo of Middle school teacher Anita Edwards doing research.   Image Anita Edwards did research on nitrogen greenhouse gas emissions from wastewater treatment processes.
Updated October 15, 2009
Photo of a stained microbial aggregate found in the researchers' manganese incubations.   Image A stained microbial aggregate found in the researchers' manganese incubations.
Updated October 14, 2009
Photo of the submersible Alvin that was used to collect sediment from methane seeps.   Image The submersible Alvin that was used to collect sediment from methane seeps.
Updated October 14, 2009
Nobel Prize.   Image The 2009 Nobel Prizes have been awarded.
Updated October 13, 2009
Illustration showing how groundwater-based economies transition through space and time.   Image Groundwater-based economies transition through space and time, CNH awardees have found.
Updated October 13, 2009
Photo of diver surrounded by jellyfish.   Image Jellyfish and other small sea creatures drive large-scale mixing in the oceans.
Updated October 13, 2009
Photo of glacier in background and ice-free areas in foreground.   Image The history of glaciers in Peru and around the world is under study by geoscientists.
Updated October 13, 2009
Photo of researcher viewing snow-capped mountains.   Image Increased desert dust blowing in the wind is altering mountain ecosystems.
Updated October 13, 2009
Map showing seismic stations across the continent.   Image NSF EarthScope scientists have installed seismic stations across the continent.
Updated October 13, 2009
The locations of the new Ocean Observatories Initiative are shown in this graphic.   Image The locations of the new Ocean Observatories Initiative are shown in this graphic.
Updated October 13, 2009
Artist's rendering showing the solar wind as it streaks by Earth.   Image This artist's rendering shows the solar wind as it streaks by Earth.
Updated October 13, 2009
Photo of the hybrid remotely operated vehicle Nereus and the mother ship.   Image The hybrid remotely operated vehicle Nereus may be tethered or untethered to a mother ship.
Updated October 13, 2009
An aerial view of Long Island shows its low-lying shores, vulnerable to rising sea-levels.   Image An aerial view of Long Island shows its low-lying shores, vulnerable to rising sea-levels.
Updated October 13, 2009
Photo of ancient fossil leaves.   Image Ancient fossil leaves tell a story of sudden loss of biodiversity that may have current parallels.
Updated October 13, 2009
Photo of geoscientists using Doppler-on-Wheels to study tornado formation.   Image Geoscientists are using instruments like the Doppler-on-Wheels to study tornado formation.
Updated October 13, 2009
Illustration showing the  interactions between the Sun and the Earth.   Image Newly uncovered interactions between the Sun and the Earth affect our climate.
Updated October 13, 2009
Map of Earth's global electrical conductivity.   Image Geoscientists recently mapped Earth's global electrical conductivity in 3-D for the first time.
Updated October 13, 2009
Cover of the NSF's Advisory Committee for Geosciences GEO Vision report.   Image NSF's Advisory Committee for Geosciences has released a new report: GEO Vision.
Updated October 13, 2009
An orange blotch female fish swims over a boulder reef in Lake Malawi.   Video An orange blotch female fish swims over a boulder reef in Lake Malawi.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated October 13, 2009
Photo of Michigan State researchers Sarah Hamer and Chris Neibuhr looking for ticks on a rabbit.   Image Michigan State researchers Sarah Hamer and Chris Neibuhr look for ticks on a wild rabbit.
Updated October 13, 2009
In this schematic representation, garb is a proxy for social behavior.   Image In this schematic representation, garb is a proxy for social behavior.
Updated October 9, 2009
Photo of Pandanus leaves soaking in ocean before being made into crafts   Image Pandanus leaves are shown soaking in the ocean in Ha'apai.
Updated October 9, 2009
Photo of school children in Tonga in class.   Image School children in the village of 'Ofu are shown in class.
Updated October 9, 2009
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