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a view of Bear Lake in Utah's Unitas Mountains Where does water go when it doesn't flow?
Released July 9, 2015
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Samantha Joye New study reveals mechanism regulating methane emissions in freshwater wetlands
Released June 30, 2015
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Aspens in southwest Colorado Glimpses of the future: Drought damage leads to widespread forest death
Released March 30, 2015
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leaves and wood in a stream Nutrient pollution damages streams in ways previously unknown, ecologists find
Released March 5, 2015
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a smoldering peatland fire in a drained lakebed New research outlines global threat of smoldering peat fires
Released January 8, 2015
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graphic showing a forest, river, water bed section, sky and satellite NSF awards $1.35 million for new institute focused on Earth's critical zone: Where rock meets life
Released November 21, 2014
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Peatlands in Denali National Park Argonne researchers create more accurate model for greenhouse gases from peatlands
Released October 2, 2014
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stream restoration project in Baltimore, Maryland U.S. cityscapes show consistent patterns of 'urban evolution'
Released September 10, 2014
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headwaters of the Sagavanirktok River Sunlight controls the fate of carbon released from thawing arctic permafrost
Released August 21, 2014
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electron micrograph of marine planktonic microbes New research finds ocean's most abundant organisms have clear daily cycles
Released July 10, 2014
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Japanese knotweed Clemson scientists: Kudzu can release soil carbon, accelerate global warming
Released July 1, 2014
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pine tree wood Decomposing logs show local factors undervalued in climate change predictions
Released June 2, 2014
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an eroding bluff on the Great Plains Buried fossil soils found to be awash in carbon
Released May 25, 2014
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close-up look of the riverbed in Sugar Creek, IN Predicting changing river landscapes
Released April 30, 2014
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image of wheat Field study shows why food quality will suffer with rising CO2
Released April 7, 2014
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aerial of test plot Researchers find arid areas absorb unexpected amounts of atmospheric carbon
Released April 6, 2014
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heat map of the United States Deforestation of sandy soils a greater climate threat
Released April 1, 2014
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aerial photograph of experimental landscape Study finds forest corridors help plants disperse their seeds
Released March 19, 2014
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a pronghorn In grasslands remade by humans, animals may protect biodiversity
Released March 5, 2014
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summer warming experiment Permafrost thaw: No upside
Released March 1, 2014
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researcher standing in the forest Forest model predicts canopy competition
Released February 20, 2014
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an amanita mushroom Symbiotic fungi inhabiting plant roots have major impact on atmospheric carbon, scientists say
Released January 8, 2014
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image of a mushroom Fungi may determine the future of soil carbon
Released January 8, 2014
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students measure the damage to a tree trunk Emerald ash borer may have met its match
Released December 16, 2013
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remote area near Utah's Bear Lake Staying alive in the high and dry
Released November 5, 2013
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John Stark Why the sagebrush grows: Scientists explore arid plant survival
Released November 4, 2013
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the Konza Priarie in Kansas CU-Boulder-led team gets first look at diverse life below rare tallgrass prairies
Released October 31, 2013
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Appalachian mountain streams Changing river chemistry affects Eastern U.S. water supplies
Released August 26, 2013
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a dust storm blows into Mesa Verde National Park Amount of Dust Blown Across the West Is Increasing, Says CU-Boulder Study
Released June 10, 2013
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Jorge Celi leads his team to study the Napo River Unraveling the Napo's Mystery
Released May 20, 2013
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