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Coastal Upwelling in the California Current Ecosystem

Coastal Upwelling in the California Current Ecosystem
Winds from the north (red arrow) in combination with the rotation of the Earth move surface waters offshore, lifting deep, nutrient rich waters into the sunlit layers of the water column. These ...

Contact: Marc Airhart
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University of Texas at Austin

Reconstruction of Past Winter Climate from Tree Rings

Reconstruction of Past Winter Climate from Tree Rings
A history (1428-2003; black line) of winter climate in the California Current ecosystem derived from blue oak tree ring data. Positive anomalies represent years with above-average upwelling and ...

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University of Texas at Austin

Food Sharing in Capuchins

Food Sharing in Capuchins
A juvenile capuchin monkey shows interest in the food held by the alpha male of his group.

Contact: LaTina Emerson
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Georgia State University

Food Interest in Chimpanzees

Food Interest in Chimpanzees
Two adult females look on as a third eats a preferred food resource.

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Georgia State University

Ultimatum Game

Ultimatum Game
This is a video describing the ultimatum game in chimpanzees.

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Georgia State University

Biological Productivity Correlates to Winter Upwelling Strength

Biological Productivity Correlates to Winter Upwelling Strength
Drops in biological productivity along the California coast (represented by fish growth rates and egg laying dates and fledgling success of seabirds) correlate with weak winter upwelling (represented ...

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University of Texas at Austin

The Crystal Structure of TIPE3

The Crystal Structure of TIPE3
This is a cartoon presentation of TH-domain of human TIPE3 (residues 21-204). Helices are shown in green, and the two connected phosphoinositide-shaped tubes of 2Fo-Fc electron density are shown in ...

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University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine

Polymer Solar Cell

Polymer Solar Cell
This polymer solar cell consists of a new polymer, called PID2, which was developed in the laboratory of Luping Yu, professor in chemistry at the University of Chicago. The new polymer improves the ...

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University of Chicago

Solar-Cell Characterization

Solar-Cell Characterization
Luyao Lu, a graduate student in chemistry, works in the solar cell characterization facility of the University of Chicago's Gordon Center for Integrative Science. Lu is the lead author of a Nature ...

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University of Chicago

Efficiency Measurement

Efficiency Measurement
Luping Yu (left) watches as Luyao Lu prepares to measure the external quantum efficiency of their newly developed polymer solar cell. The new type of solar cell was a joint project of the University ...

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