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SCIENCE WORD OF THE WEEK!!

SCIENCE WORD OF THE WEEK!

Welcome back students! We here at the University hope you had a lovely holiday if you had the day off yesterday! 144 more words

Animals

Martha

The long-expected news that wolverines will not be listed under the Endangered Species Act finally appeared in the official record last week. I said I wasn’t going to analyze this situation any further than I already did in a previous post a couple of weeks ago. 1,802 more words

Big Blue Vanuatu - 413 kg rubbish removed and reported

September is Project AWARE’s Debris Month of Action – a time when thousands of volunteer divers will battle back against marine debris by removing and reporting the trash we find underwater. 426 more words

Project AWARE

Sea turtle conservation status

I love snorkeling. While the amount of snorkeling I’ve done can be counted on both hands, each time has been an incredible experience. Some of my favorite experiences have included swimming alongside sea turtles. 82 more words

What is Nature?

In my previous two blogs, “Nature Helps” and “Does Nature Influence How We Think?,” I presented research that showed the benefits of exposure to nature. 680 more words

Nature

Here is my National Geographic Expedition Granted video

Here is my National Geographic Expedition Granted video is up and live.

http://expeditiongranted.nationalgeographic.com/project/mesoamerican-reef-book/

National Geographic selects up to 10 finalists and then they open it up for public voting. 15 more words

Photography