Scientists in the Field
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Amazon Adventure: How Tiny Fish Are Saving the World’s Largest Rainforest

Considered the “lungs of the world,” the Amazon provides a full fifth of the world’s oxygen, and every year unsustainable human practices destroy 2.7 million acres. What can be done to help?

Eye of the Storm: NASA, Drones, and the Race to Crack the Hurricane Code

Ten million Americans live in hurricane danger zones, but how do we know if or when to evacuate? We must predict both when a storm will strike and how strong it will be.

  
Adventure Notes

Crows Aren’t the Only Smart Birds in Town

by Harriet Low

Readers of Scientists in the Field title Crow Smarts, by Pamela S. Turner and Andy Comins, know that being called a “bird brain” should be considered the highest form of flattery–especially where New Caledonian crows are involved! New Caledonian crows … Read more

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