National Geographic Events - Nalini Nadkarni

Thanks to Nadkarni's Big Canopy Database, scientists are finally able to manage and share rain forest data across multiple disciplines—critical to the race to save these essential forests.

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National Geographic Events - Greatest Photographs of the ...

Wide open spaces, spectacular rock formations, and the cowboy life are examined alongside struggles for limited natural resources, Native American cultural continuity, and new energy sources. The images shown in this exhibition, a small sample from the significant holdings of the National Geographic Archive, offer a broad understanding of a region that has long captivated photographers.

National Geographic Events - The President's Photographer ...

Through both iconic and rarely seen pictures of White House residents and insights from the photographers who chronicled them, visitors will be transported through presidential history, from photos made when the first official presidential photographer was hired in 1963, to today’s unprecedented coverage of Barack Obama. Throughout we are continually reminded of the power of the still image as a tool for understanding our own history.

National Geographic Events - Spinosaurus: Lost Giant of the ...

Meet _Spinosaurus_. At over 50 feet long, 20 feet high and weighing in at 6 tons, _Spinosaurus_ is the largest predatory dinosaur to ever roam the Earth — even bigger than T. rex. This bus-sized dino’s extraordinary features include a crocodile-shaped skull and 7-foot spines forming a sail along its back. _Spinosaurus_ is unlike any other dinosaur you’ve seen or heard of before. Encounter this bizarre predator in the traveling exhibition “Spinosaurus: Lost Giant of the Cretaceous.”