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Photo a small fragment of the lower arm bone of A. afarensis.   Image Woranso-Mille Project in Ethiopia reveals only the second partial skeleton of A. afarensis.
Updated June 21, 2010
Photo of a gloved hand holding an opened oyster.   Image Biologists are studying vibrios found in Gulf coast oyster beds.
Updated June 21, 2010
Photo of Crystal Johnson streaking vibrios for isolation on agar using a sterile loop.   Image Scientist Crystal Johnson streaks vibrios for isolation on agar using a sterile loop.
Updated June 21, 2010
Photo of an oyster on a beach.   Image Oysters and oyster beds are among the most threatened marine species and habitats.
Updated June 21, 2010
Photomicrograph of Vibrio vulnificus.   Image Vibrio vulnificus lives in warm seawater and is "halophilic"--requiring salt.
Updated June 21, 2010
Photo of LSU graduate student Erica Simmons collecting water, sediment and oysters in Cocodrie, La.   Image LSU graduate student Erica Simmons collects water, sediment and oysters in Cocodrie, La.
Updated June 21, 2010
Photo of oysters from the Gulf of Mexico.   Image The Gulf of Mexico has long supported extensive oyster beds and a thriving oyster harvest.
Updated June 21, 2010
Photos of cockroach and robot showing how they are used to refine robotic design.   Image The researchers use animal experiments and reduced-order locomotion models to inform robotic design.
Updated June 18, 2010
Photo of Oregon State University engineer John Schmitt.   Image Oregon State University engineer John Schmitt.
Updated June 18, 2010
Photo of fish swimming around a tropical reef.   Image An underwater view of a tropical ocean.
Updated June 17, 2010
Interview with Dr. Timothy Herbert explains his research.   Video Interview with Dr. Timothy Herbert explains his research.
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated June 17, 2010
Cover of the June 18, 2010 issue of Science.   Image The researchers' findings are published in the June 18, 2010 issue of Science.
Updated June 17, 2010
Cover of the June 18, 2010 issue of the journal Science.   Image The researcher's findings appear in the June 18, 2010 issue of the journal Science.
Updated June 17, 2010
Photo of an extinct platy morphospecies within a Caribbean coral reef complex.   Image An extinct platy morphospecies within a Caribbean coral reef complex.
Updated June 17, 2010
Photo of an extinct pipe-organ coral.   Image An extinct pipe-organ coral at the geographic edge of current reef distributions.
Updated June 17, 2010
Photo of a fossil coral reef in Barbados which has several extinct species.   Image A coral reef in Barbados called the Montastraea annularis complex has several extinct species.
Updated June 17, 2010
Photo of a fossil of an extinct species of coral.   Image Scientists are studying extinct species of coral to learn about reefs today.
Updated June 17, 2010
Photo of a thriving, healthy Carribean coral reef.   Image A thriving, healthy Carribean coral reef today: its evolution is an important factor in its future.
Updated June 17, 2010
Sediment core showing layers of mineral and organic matter.   Image Mineral and organic matter accumulates as wetlands develop: how will oil affect the process?
Updated June 17, 2010
Photo of NCED undergraduate student surveying land development in the Wax Lake Delta.   Image NCED undergraduate student surveying land development in the Wax Lake Delta.
Updated June 17, 2010
Image of Louisiana's Wax Lake Delta.   Image Scientists Robert Twilley and Guerry Holm are studying wetlands in Louisiana's Wax Lake Delta.
Updated June 17, 2010
Aerial photo of Gulf wetlands.   Image Mississippi River hydrology may hold a possible answer for protecting fragile Gulf wetlands.
Updated June 17, 2010
Photo showing the leg of a soccer player and a soccer ball.   Image New research statistically identifies true soccer stars based on objective measures.
Updated June 16, 2010
Photo of an ancient volcanic ash bed exposed at Scotts Bluff National Monument.   Image An ancient volcanic ash bed exposed at Scotts Bluff National Monument.
Updated June 16, 2010
Photo of gypsum crystals embedded in calcite in a volcanic ash bed in Scotts Bluff.   Image Gypsum crystals embedded in calcite in a 28-million-year-old volcanic ash bed in Scotts Bluff.
Updated June 16, 2010
Photo of 31-15 million year old volcanic deposits lining Scotts Bluff National Monument, Nebraska.   Image Volcanic deposits from 35-15 million years ago line Scotts Bluff National Monument, Nebraska.
Updated June 16, 2010
Photo of ancient volcanic ash beds exposed at Scotts Bluff in Nebraska.   Image Multiple ancient volcanic ash beds exposed at Scotts Bluff in Nebraska.
Updated June 16, 2010
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