A map and listing of Minnesota rivers, lakes, streams and water features.
This interactive New York Times article looks at how climate change is altering Yellowstone National Park.
A National Geographic story by John Pickrell that looks at how paleoartists bring their prehistoric visions to life from the Picturing the Past exhibit @NMMNHS.Thoughts and artwok by Brian Engh, Matt Celesky, Beth Zaiken and Gabriel N. U.
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Featuring nearly 100 works of art aimed to faithfully recreate life on prehistoric Earth, 'Picturing the Past' gives us what we believe to be the best artistic interpretation of life before man. The exhibit also includes abstract, woven and sculpted expressions of terrestrial history.
An interactive article about a story on a triceratops-like skull from the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History. Details of the Nedoceratops skull are highlighted using 3D interactive photogrammetry. Additional background information is provided on: its complicated name, its origin. and its fate.
In this 23:29 episode of Science Friday, paleontologits David Polly and Stuart Sumida discuss the future of two fossil-rich national monuments with law professor John Rupple in light of recent lawsuits regarding cuts to both monuments. Photos from Bears Ears NM and related links including paleontological repercussions, an interactive map of Grand Staircase-Escalante NM and Bears Ears MM, drilling progress, and a video of 100 photos of Bears Ears from Friends of Cedar Mesa are included.
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Using Earth-observing satellite data, NASA scientists have been analyzing the amount of rain that fell from Hurrica Florence. NASA has been providing a steady stream of information to FEMA, the National Guard, and other state and federal agencies to help assist the hurricane's impact. Learn more about how NASA studies thes storms at https:/
See how the temperature has shifted in your own hometown over your own lifetime by simply entering your hometown and birth year. Interactive graphs and visuals are included in this analysis for The New York Times by the Climate Impact Lab, a group of climate scientists, economists, and data analysts from the University of Chicago, Rutgers University, and the University of California, Berkely.