At first glance, Edgar Rice Burroughs's wildly popular romantic fantasy novel, Tarzan of the Apes (1912), and Charlotte Perkins Gilman's feminist science fiction-utopian novel, Herland (1915), with its dystopian companion, With Her in Ourland (1916), may appear to have little in common. Tarzan celebrates the human connection with wild nature...
Earthquake tests have trouble imitating the randomness and varied nature of actual earthquakes. Scientists seek to remedy this and make buildings safer by creating dynamic tests that imitate the random nature of earthquakes. Featuring Dr. Rakesh Gupta.
The diverse habitat required by salmon and other anadramous fish is often created by fallen debris in a stream. Scientists aid conifers in growing near streams to eventually become this debris. Featuring Dr. Bill Emmingham.
For a long time historians have looked at Lewis and Clark's journals as important sources. Now scientists are doing the same to learn about the Pacific Northwest before white settlement. Featuring: Dr. Andrea Laliberte and Dr. William Ripple