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Image of a seated witness and a standing lawyer with a raised hand in a courtroom.   Image Steven Clark: New eyewitness identification procedures inconsistent with research data.
Updated April 12, 2011
Common patterns of three neurons in the C. elegans neural network.   Image The most common patterns of three neurons in the C. elegans neural network.
Updated April 8, 2011
Common patterns involving four neurons in the C. elegans neural network.   Image The most common patterns involving four neurons in the C. elegans neural network.
Updated April 8, 2011
Photomicrograph of the roundworm Caenorhabditis elegans.   Image The roundworm Caenorhabditis elegans.
Updated April 8, 2011
Image of Bradley Cardinale of the University of Michigan.   Video Bradley Cardinale of the University of Michigan discusses how biodiversity promotes water quality.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated April 6, 2011
Photo of areas affected by flash floods in Rio de Janiero and vicinity.   Image Flash floods that crippled the city of Rio de Janiero and surrounding areas.
Updated April 5, 2011
Map of London's Congestion Charging Zone.   Image London's Congestion Charging Zone is intended to encourage use of mass transit.
Updated April 5, 2011
Photo of people holding umbrellas during a rain fall in a city.   Image Urban areas can help make clouds and rain fall within or downwind of a city.
Updated April 5, 2011
Photo of the solar fuel reactor.   Image Solar fuel reactor uses concentrated heat from the sun to create fuel from water and carbon dioxide.
Updated April 5, 2011
Graph showing temperature versus a cross-section of a city showing lower temperatures at borders.   Image Cross-section of a city: lower temperatures are at borders than in populated downtown areas.
Updated April 5, 2011
Photo of Mexico City.   Image People in urban areas like Mexico City are especially at risk from the effects of climate change.
Updated April 5, 2011
Graph of time after death of copepod versus depth below point of origination as function of salinity   Image A copepod carcass sinks slowly in still waters, becoming neutrally buoyant in seawater.
Updated April 5, 2011
Map of the Chesapeake Bay showing sampling sites with images of stained copepods and ctenophores.   Image Sampling sites, shown with stained copepods and jellyfish-like ctenophores that prey on copepods.
Updated April 5, 2011
Images of copepod Acartia tonsa carcasses at different stages of decomposition.   Image Copepod Acartia tonsa carcasses at different stages of decomposition.
Updated April 5, 2011
Images showing 13 developmental stages of copepod Acartia tonsa from egg through adult.   Image The copepod Acartia tonsa has 13 developmental stages, from egg through adult (clockwise).
Updated April 5, 2011
Illustration showing the role of copepods in the food web of an estuary.   Image Copepods play an important role in the food webs of estuaries like Chesapeake Bay.
Updated April 5, 2011
Photo of a scientist checking an understory micro-meteorological station in Mata Seca, Brazil.   Image Brazilian scientist checks an understory micro-meteorological station in Mata Seca, Brazil.
Updated April 5, 2011
Photo of monitoring tower being installed by scientists at the Minas Gerais Institute of Forests.   Image Installation of monitoring tower by scientists at the Minas Gerais Institute of Forests.
Updated April 5, 2011
Map showing the distribution of tropical dry forests in Brazil in red in various biomes.   Image Map showing the distribution of tropical dry forests in Brazil (in red) in various biomes.
Updated April 5, 2011
Photo of dry forest islands in a sea of Brazilian savanna.   Image Dry forest islands in a sea of Brazilian savanna, called cerrado, unique to Brazil.
Updated April 5, 2011
Photo of a dry forest during the pronounced dry season.   Image The same forest during the pronounced dry season, when plants lose up to 95 percent of their leaves.
Updated April 5, 2011
Photo of a Brazilian tropical dry forest during the rainy season.   Image A Brazilian tropical dry forest during the rainy season, which can last 4-6 months.
Updated April 5, 2011
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