Blood Spotting Made Easier

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Two Cold Winters Don't Make A Climate Trend

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President Obama's joke notwithstanding, a Commerce Department agency has the prime responsibility to protect salmon when they're in the ocean and when they swim upriver to spawn. Gary Stewart/AP hide caption

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Obama's Salmon Quip: The Truth Is Murky

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During the 1980s, wildlife managers said striped bass like this one were overfished. Now, it appears that a weather pattern known as the Atlantic Multidecadal Oscillation may have been a contributing factor to the declines. Jay Fleming/Jay Fleming Photography hide caption

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Atlantic Weather May Be Key Culprit In Fish Decline

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Farmer Tim Winn, who has a farm on the banks of the Willamette River, says government scientists have concluded that there is nothing dangerous about the "Roundup Ready" version of the sugar beet crop. Dan Charles for NPR hide caption

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A Tale Of Two Seed Farmers: Organic Vs. Engineered

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Ruins of the Villa of the Quintilii on the outskirts of Rome. Gregorio Borgia/AP hide caption

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Could Climate Change Have Led To The Fall Of Rome?

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A coal-fired power plant near Weisswasser, Germany. Sean Gallup/Getty Images hide caption

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Cyberthieves Target European Carbon Credit Market

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Changing Climate Means Changing Oceans

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Young Filmmakers Make Litter Scary

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Assessing The Health Of The Gulf, Post-Spill

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A study finds that plants in a vast area of northern California are bucking an uphill climate change trend. David McNew/Getty Images hide caption

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Calif. Plants Put A Wrinkle In Climate Change Plans

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USDA Approves Green, Bio-Based Product Label

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Listen To Prairie Dogs Talk

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A Red Flame grapefruit affected by the disease known as citrus greening, which leaves fruit sour, malformed and unusable -- and eventually kills the tree. Greg Allen/NPR hide caption

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Abandoned Citrus Groves Produce Problems In Fla.

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