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Media Advisory 10-010

Interactions Between Humans and Environment Focus of National Science Foundation Symposium

Topics include Pandas and People; Mississippi River Nutrients; Suburbanization Effects; Mediterranean Landscapes; Sea-level Rise and Storms

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Photo of a panda in a bamboo forest.

CNH scientists research the interaction of pandas, humans and ecosystems.

Credit: Vanessa Hull


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Text and images: Percentage of Landscape by Parcel, photos of houses, images of pie charts.

Change in land-cover patterns is the subject of CNH-funded research.

Credit: Colin Polsky


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Photo showing damaged beachfront house in Rodanthe, N.C. caused by Hurricane Isabel.

The aftereffects of Hurricane Isabel in 2003 on beachfront property in Rodanthe, N.C.

Credit: Brad Murray


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Photo of a Mediterranean landscape.

CNH researchers are studying landscapes in Spain and elsewhere in the Mediterranean.

Credit: Michael Barton


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Photo of an Illinois river at flood stage.

An Illinois river at flood stage, carrying high amounts of nitrate to the Gulf of Mexico.

Credit: Laurie Drinkwater


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