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EXPORTS scientists will study the biological pump, which carries carbon from surface to depths.
Zooplankton, which feed on phytoplankton, are a significant component of EXPORTS.
Phytoplankton are central to ocean food webs and carbon transport in the sea.
The drilling rig of the ANtarctic geological DRILLing (ANDRILL) project in a 2006 photograph.
Alex Szalay is shown in the Data-Scope, a resource for computationally-intensive computing at JHU.
Hurricanes tore through NSF's CZO-LTER site in Puerto Rico.
The researchers' field site was severely impacted by hurricanes Irma and Maria in September 2017.
Scientists collect soil samples from the Luquillo forest to study them for evidence of changes.
Soil samples look like jars of spices; for the tropical forest, soil is in fact the spice of life.
Phosphorus is important in forest soils; here, scientists analyze phosphorus levels at Luquillo.
Before the 2017 hurricanes: Mist covers NSF's Luquillo tropical forest CZO and LTER sites.
NSF LTER scientists have discovered coral reef oases.
The outer reef at the NSF Mo'orea LTER site, where corals have rebounded from near disappearance.