Catch A Wave!The Science of Summer
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Luminescent drifters in the sea's depths
Song of the red rock arches
Sharks: the seagrass protectors
Dead zones, harmful algae blooming across the U.S.
Where's the greatest risk of a mosquito bite?
American kestrels, the most common U.S. birds of prey, can reduce the need for pesticidesCredit: Megan Shave
Zealandia has been confirmed as Earth's eighth continent. It's submerged more than two-thirds of a mile under the surface of the sea.
'Gators, rulers of the U.S. Southeast's swamps, link marine and freshwater ecosystems
Corals around the world are under siege, but marine biologists have found hope for reefs near the island of Mo'orea in French Polynesia.
A fresh look at freshwater: Scientists create a 50,000-lake databaseCredit: NSF LTER Network
The seafloor is an alien landscape. Now deep-sea expeditions have revealed a giant group of octopus moms and their eggs in a place they shouldn't survive.Credit: Samuel Hulme
Hurricane Matthew led to increased nutrients flowing into North Carolina's Neuse River estuary.Credit: NASA
The heart of a nighttime thunderstorm, and new insights into how these storms form, are revealed in this video interview.Credit: NSF
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