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1978 (Volume 9, No. 5)Arctic Ecology Polar Research: Probing the Bering Sea ShelfAn integrated study of an arctic marine ecosystem finds that not all theories hold in such an environment. PROBES evolves.Blanchard HiattPDF
1979 (Volume 10, No. 3)Animal Orientation: Animals Find Their WayA mix of clues, including recently uncovered magnetic senses, appear to guide birds, bees and bacteria from `here` to `there`. North swimming bacteria.Blanchard HiattPDF
1979 (Volume 10, No. 6)Metal-cluster Chemistry -- Unifying Themes Special II: Metals That Form ClustersFrom the chemistry of surfaces and catalysts to the chemistry of living systems, metals that bond to metals are a magnet for theory and experiment.Blanchard HiattPDF
1980 (Volume 11, No. 2)Astronomy/aeronomy -- National Research Facilities Special: The Great Astronomical EarThe world's largest radio/radar antenna is one of an array of astronomical facilities to which astronomers and atmospheric scientists flock. National centers. Arecibo achievements.Blanchard HiattPDF
1980 (Volume 11, No. 4)Sulfides -- Science In The Sea Special: Sulfides Instead of SunlightWebs of life around the ocean's deep hydrothermal vents draw sustenance from chemo-rather than photosynthesis. Sulfides to oysters Rockefeller.Blanchard HiattPDF
1981 (Volume 12, No. 2)Mantle Chemistry -- Earth Sciences Special: Mantle Geochemistry: More Than One RiddleThe nature and evolution of the earth's mantle are revealing themselves to isotope chemists. But there is still considerable uncertainty.Blanchard HiattPDF
1981 (Volume 12, No. 6)Computer Vision: Toward Machines that SeeScientists are programming into computers sensitivity to depth, space, texture, and motion in the effort to duplicate human vision.Blanchard HiattPDF
1982 (Volume 13, No. 3)Stress -- Plant Sciences Special: To Increase SurvivalNatural stresses challenge plant survival. Breeding stress-tolerant strains depends on an understanding of natural strategies. Wild adapters.Blanchard HiattPDF
1984 (Volume 15, No. 1)Networking -- Computer Research Special: Parceling the PowerTo make computing power broadly available, and truly friendly, both soft and hard meshing and synchronization problems will have to be solved.Peter Gwynne; Blanchard HiattPDF


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