Replicating whale fossils found in Chile

In Dinosaurs & Fossils, Marine Science, Research News, Science & Nature, Video / 12 March 2013 [embedded content] Related posts: Killer Insect profile: The Assassin Fly Ancient species of assassin fly discovered by Smithsonian scientist Mongooses wiped them out. Now Nicole Angeli wants the St. Croix ground lizard home again Algae assassin found responsible for whale mass grave in Chile Tags: climate change, fossils, geology, mammals, National Museum of Natural…

March 12, 2013
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Belize’s South Water Caye Marine Reserve protects biodiversity of Belizean Barrier Reef

Home / Science & Nature / Marine Science / In Marine Science, Science & Nature, Video / 25 February 2013 [embedded content] Related posts: Smithsonian scientists help build first frozen repository of Great Barrier Reef coral Cold, dark and lonely: Deep-water corals thrive where the sun never shines Smithsonian marine biologist Nancy Knowlton discusses Great Barrier Reef coral dieoff on PBS NewsHour New DNA study suggests coral reef biodiversity is…

February 25, 2013
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Short video featuring the fieldwork of Smithsonian scientists created in 2000, posted by the Smithsonian Archives

In Animals, Anthropology, Marine Science, Science & Nature, Video / 15 January 2013 [embedded content] Related posts: Manakins, birds of tropical forests, form alliances for common good Shipping industry sends help as project in Panama tackles amphibian crisis Smithsonian study reveals white-tailed deer in eastern U.S. are infected with a malaria parasite A Halloween roundup featuring recent articles on spiders, bats and rats Tags: biodiversity, conservation, conservation biology, National Museum…

January 15, 2013
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Meet Our Scientist: Rachel Collin, an expert in the evolution and development of snails who is working in Panama

Home / Science & Nature / Animals / In Animals, Marine Science, Science & Nature, Video / 2 November 2011 [embedded content] Related posts: Parasitic flatworms flout global biodiversity patterns Climate change may alter amphibian evolution Hitchhiking snails fly from ocean to ocean Smithsonian biologist Rachel Collin visits the Universidad Austral de Chile to collect special snails for her research. Tags: biodiversity, conservation biology, evolution, Tropical Research Institute Souce: http://insider.si.edu

November 2, 2011
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Meet our Scientist–Mark Torchin tracks invasive marine species and their parasites in Panama

In Marine Science, Meet Our People, Research News, Science & Nature, Video / 10 June 2011 [embedded content] Related posts: Emmett Duffy named director of Smithsonian’s Tennenbaum Marine Observatories Network Shipping industry sends help as project in Panama tackles amphibian crisis Escape of the invasives: Top six invasive plant species in the United States DNA is trusty new weapon for detecting slime nets and other invasive marine parasites Tags: biodiversity,…

June 10, 2011
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Smithsonian biologist Rachel Collin visits the Universidad Austral de Chile to collect special snails for her research.

In Animals, Marine Science, Research News, Science & Nature, Video / 8 June 2011 [embedded content] Related posts: Cold, dark and lonely: Deep-water corals thrive where the sun never shines In Belize, Critically endangered wrasse now favorite food of invasive lionfish Diversity of resident crabs is key to coral survival Meet Our Scientist: Rachel Collin, an expert in the evolution and development of snails who is working in Panama Tags:…

June 8, 2011
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Invasive Caribbean lionfish under scrutiny by Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute intern

In Animals, Marine Science, Research News, Science & Nature, Video / 2 April 2011 [embedded content] Related posts: In Belize, Critically endangered wrasse now favorite food of invasive lionfish Beetle and pollen trapped in 105 million-year-old amber reveal fourth major pollination mode in mid-Mesozoic Biologist Andrew Sellers turns lionfish invasion into research opportunity Indo-Pacific lionfish, an invasive species, invade the Atlantic Tags: biodiversity, Caribbean, conservation biology, fishes, invasive species, Tropical…

April 3, 2011
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On the Chesapeake Bay, Smithsonian plant physiologist Bert Drake has been studying one wetland’s response to climate change for more than two decades.

In Marine Science, Plants, Research News, Science & Nature, Video / 18 January 2011 [embedded content] Related posts: Climate change expected to expand majority of ocean dead zones Earth’s oceans are losing their breath. Here’s the global scope Climate change may drastically alter Chesapeake Bay, scientists say Human Evolution Rewritten: We owe our existence to our ancestor’s flexible response to climate change Tags: biodiversity, carbon dioxide, Chesapeake Bay, climate change,…

January 18, 2011
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Device at the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center examines how phytoplankton would react if the ozone layer vanished

In Earth Science, Marine Science, Science & Nature, Video / 7 January 2011 [embedded content] Related posts: NASA to help Smithsonian botanists track northern creep of Florida mangroves Mangroves creep north in response to warmer temperatures Ancient Native-American methods may be key to sustainable oyster harvests If a supernova vaporized our ozone layer, what would happen to life on Earth? Tags: biodiversity, climate change, conservation biology, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center…

January 7, 2011
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Coral “whisperer” Mike Henley of the National Zoo explains how he cares for the Zoo’s living coral

In Marine Science, Meet Our People, Plants, Research News, Science & Nature, Video / 8 November 2010 [embedded content] Related posts: Study reveals Agriculture and Fishing Cause Coral Reef Decline Diversity of resident crabs is key to coral survival Zoo lion cub named “Aslan” by actors Georgie Henley and Skandar Keynes Community ecologist Sunshine Van Bael explains her work in Panama with leafcutting ants Tags: biodiversity, climate change, endangered species,…

November 8, 2010
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