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Cracked Dirt following Drought

Cracked Dirt following Drought
The drought crippling California is by some measures the worst in the state's history.

Contact: Cheryl Dybas
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National Science Foundation

Photo from the International Space Station in January 2014: No Snow on California's Mountains

Photo from the International Space Station in January 2014: No Snow on California's Mountains
From the International Space Station in January 2014: No snow on California's mountains.

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National Science Foundation

Satelite Photo from August 2014 Showing Large Wildfires Burning in Northern California

Satelite Photo from August 2014 Showing Large Wildfires Burning in Northern California
By August 2014, several large wildfires were also burning in Northern California.

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National Science Foundation

Dolphins are Attracted to Magnets

Dolphins are Attracted to Magnets
One of six bottlenose dolphins studied by Kremers et al. in the delphinarium. Those dolphins behaved differently when swimming near magnetized objects.

Contact: Laura Zimmermann
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Springer

Hand and Teeth

Hand and Teeth
This image shows teeth from phytosaurs, a reptile from the Triassic Period, that lived about 210 million years ago in the western United States, in the hand of Virginia Tech research scientist ...

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University of Tennessee at Knoxville

Interaction Reconstruction

Interaction Reconstruction
This is a reconstruction of the interaction of large land predators (rauisuchid) and aquatic predator (phytosaur) about 210 million years ago based on research by a joint team of University of ...

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University of Tennessee at Knoxville

Soil Bacteria in the Lab

Soil Bacteria in the Lab
The collected soil and water samples were analyzed for their bacterial content.

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University of Veterinary Medicine -- Vienna

Revolutionary Hamstring Tester Will Keep More Players on the Paddock

Revolutionary Hamstring Tester Will Keep More Players on the Paddock
Dr. Tony Shield, from QUT's School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences, watches over Ellen Nussey as she uses the "Hammy Tester," a device to assist elite athletes reduce the risk of a hamstring injury...

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Queensland University of Technology

Man Using CPAP Therapy

Man Using CPAP Therapy
New studies highlight destructive nature of obstructive sleep apnea and benefits of continuous positive airway pressure therapy.

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American Academy of Sleep Medicine

Pre-Agriculture Land Cover

Pre-Agriculture Land Cover
The image on the left depicts a reconstruction of pre-agriculture land cover, and the chart on the right shows carbon emissions from forest, grassland, wetland, and shrubland.

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Science China Press

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