There's Climate History at the Bottom of the Ocean
Looking at ocean sediments reveals how Earth has changed over time.
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Remembering the First Earth Day
“It was just a real beginning of the environmental movement.”
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Humans On The Move
Dr. Amy Gusick, NHM’s Associate Curator of Anthropology, looks for answers in her archaeological studies of how people responded to environmental fluctuations
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Our Changing Planet
Whether through fossil digs, bug hunts, or ocean dives, NHMLAC is uniquely situated to gather, study, and share new knowledge about our changing environment.
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Stink Beetle Hits the Trails
A sneak peek at NHM's Wild L.A. - A nature guide for Angelenos. The following is one of 100 species accounts in the book.
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Oceans Online
Digitization of collections unlocks climate clues.
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Your Climate Change Talking Points
We asked museum scientists, volunteers, and Angelenos to tell us how they wrap their heads around the topic of climate change, how they explain it, and how it informs their everyday lives.
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