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Prokaryotes

Today it is widely known that one of the smallest and most abundant living organisms on earth go by the name, “prokaryotes.” These microorganisms have been the center of much scientific investigation. 1,165 more words

Biology

Two post-doctoral researchers in Amazonian forest ecosystem ecology

The Amazonas State Research Foundation (FAPEAM) and Brazil’s National Institute for Amazonia Research (INPA) in Manaus, Brazil wish to recruit two post-doctoral researchers in above-ground forest ecosystem science to participate in the AmazonFACE project. 627 more words

Climate Change

St Francis of Assisi Course

St John’s Episcopal Church, Millville; Trinity Episcopal Church, Whitinsville

St Francis and Our Community Project 2014

St Francis is remarkable for his love of God, for his abandonment of worldly goods; for his loving and joyful nature.   2,690 more words

Ecology

From sodium carbonate to painted frogs - life of a quarry

Former mining sites, such as the Cuchias limestone quarry of Solvay S.A., often develop into artificial wetlands. In the case of Cuchias quarry, at the bank of the Besaya river estuary, the freshwater wetlands complex is a perfect complement to the salt marshes habitats of the estuary. 248 more words

Ecology

Going Viral – Nature moves into the 21st Century

Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, all that good social media stuff. It’s a huge part of how most of us live our daily lives in the 21st century. 963 more words

Ecology

Polarized views of nature mirror our politics

We recently posted an article about our on-going debate with the Audubon Society regarding its misguided support for the projects that are destroying the urban forest in the San Francisco Bay Area.  1,522 more words

Ecology

Bee

Late summer, we hiked in Shenandoah, a long day’s joyful toil with my camera zooming in then out then in again.  A lot to see.  A lot to see.  147 more words

Photography