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Did Dinosaurs Develop Feathers for Display? (3 of 5)

Did Dinosaurs Develop Feathers for Display? (3 of 5)
This is a Golden Pheasant (Chrysolophus pictus). Closeup is of wing plumage. Males of this species display a broad range of saturated structural colors, like vibrant reds, yellows and purple. ...

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Did Dinosaurs Develop Feathers for Display? (2 of 5)

Did Dinosaurs Develop Feathers for Display? (2 of 5)
This is a long-tailed Sylph (Aglaiocercus kingii). The metallic sheen of this emerald green Hummingbird is achieved through directed light scattering via nano-structures. These are located ...

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Did Dinosaurs Develop Feathers for Display? (1 of 5)

Did Dinosaurs Develop Feathers for Display? (1 of 5)
This is a long-tailed Sylph (Aglaiocercus kingii). Closeup is of the forehead. The metallic sheen of these feathers is achieved through directed light scattering via nano-structures. They are ...

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Reducing Damage from Illegal, Unreported, and Unregulated Fishing (5 of 5)

Reducing Damage from Illegal, Unreported, and Unregulated Fishing (5 of 5)
A marine reserve in Danajon Bank, Philippines is shown. It is one of 35 established by Project Seahorse in partnership with local communities. This material relates to a paper that appeared in the 24 ...

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Looks at Hurricane Edouard's Eye

Looks at Hurricane Edouard's Eye
These are daylight (top) and low-light camera vies of Eduoard's eye. The daylight image came from the first crossing and low-light during the third eye crossing.

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Brightness Temperatures of Edouard's Eye

Brightness Temperatures of Edouard's Eye
The Global Hawk S-HIS data (right) provided warm brightness temperatures of Edouard's eye that were overlaid on a NOAA GOES-East satellite image (left) as the storm intensified.

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Reducing Damage from Illegal, Unreported, and Unregulated Fishing (3 of 5)

Reducing Damage from Illegal, Unreported, and Unregulated Fishing (3 of 5)
This image shows women sorting mussels. South Africa's mussel industry is an example of how joint government-community management schemes can improve sustainability. This material relates to a paper ...

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Reducing Damage from Illegal, Unreported, and Unregulated Fishing (2 of 5)

Reducing Damage from Illegal, Unreported, and Unregulated Fishing (2 of 5)
A lone seahorse is among bycatch from a shrimp trawler. For every kilogram of shrimp caught by trawlers, approximately 10 kilograms of other sea life are caught and discarded or sold for fish oil and ...

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Reducing Damage from Illegal, Unreported, and Unregulated Fishing (1 of 5)

Reducing Damage from Illegal, Unreported, and Unregulated Fishing (1 of 5)
A small-scale fisher is shown in Sri Lanka. This material relates to a paper that appeared in the 24 Oct. 2014 issue of Science, published by AAAS. The paper, by A.C.J. Vincent at The ...

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Invading Lizards Drive Rapid Evolution (5 of 5)

Invading Lizards Drive Rapid Evolution (5 of 5)
This image shows Dredge Spoil Islands in Mosquito Lagoon, looking south towards Cape Canaveral. This material relates to a paper that appeared in the 24 Oct. 2014 issue of Science, published by...

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