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Press Release 13-170
In race against time, NSF grants fund research on Earth's threatened biodiversity

NSF Dimensions of Biodiversity program announces 13 new awards

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Photo of  a hot spring in Yellowstone park

Yellowstone's hot springs will be sampled in an NSF Dimensions of Biodiversity project.

Credit: Mark Young, Montana State University


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Thick lucines shells

Chemosymbionts in shellfish like thick lucines, collected in Florida, are being studied.

Credit: Annette Summers Engel, UT-Knoxville


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Aerial photo showing color differentiation of genetically distinct aspen clones in Wisconsin.

Aerial photo showing color differentiation of genetically distinct aspen clones in Wisconsin.

Credit: Michael Madritch


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A hawkmoth drinking nectar from a flower

A hawkmoth drinks nectar: Flowers and moths are among the Dimensions of Biodiversity awards topics.

Credit: Krissa Skogen, Chicago Botanic Garden


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A set of small plots with diverse flowers

NSF Dimensions of Biodiversity researchers will study plant biodiversity in small plots.

Credit: Maren Friesen


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A green lizard in the Atlantic forests

This lizard lives in Atlantic forests and in Amazonia; scientists are comparing these ecosystems.

Credit: Mauro Teixeira Jr., USP


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