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Photo of pararescueman Staff Sgt. Lopaka Mounts receiving a hug from a resident after Hurricane Ike, Sept. 13, 2008.
Panorama of the Homer Spit in Homer, Alaska
Ice damage to a camp near Golovin, Alaska
Aerial view of downtown Blacksburg, VA
Standing man looking at a stand of trees in a forest
Corn plants growing up through soybean stubble
Pine-covered mountain peaks
Skyline of Las Cruces, NM and the Organ Mountains
A helicopter drops water on the Waldo Canyon fire in June, 2012
Laguna Mountain skipper
Skyline of highrise buildings and shipping cranes with mountains in the background
Self-service collard patch near Carthage, North Carolina
The Coleman Theater in downtown Miami, OK
A worker bee returns to the colony with its load of pollen
Residential trees and one of Chicago's elevated commuter trains
Spring Chinook salmon
Photo of storm-damaged railroad tracks
Colorado National Guardsmen respond to floods in Boulder County, Colorado, on September 12, 2013
Boston cityscape
View of city skyscrapers with a blue and purple sky above.
Idaho's High Divide
Booth at the Lincoln County Health Fair
Photo of Dr. Hiza Redsteer and students on dunes
Salmon jumping a fall
High Tide Flooding in Georgetown, SC
Maui coral reef
Photo of young men trying to mitigate erosion near Kivalina, Alaska
Ice wedges thaw along fracture lines of a tundra surface and water accumulates in small thaw lakes.
Black angus cattle in pasture
Homeland of the Suquamish Tribe taken from Port Madison Bay
Fond du Lac Resource Management and Tribal Court Building
Pago Pago Harbor, American Samoa with fuel tanks in foreground.
Image of drummers in a Salmon procession
Santa Ana winds carried a fire across Camp Pendleton's Las Pulgas area on September 28, 2005. The brush fire consumed 1,250 acres of the base's open land.