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Sentinel School Zone - Orlando SentinelThree Florida universities have snagged part of a $112.5 million pot of grant money that will fund studies on the effects of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. The Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative, which will hand out the money...
Daily Dishyou need to check out University of California at Santa Barbara research biologist Milton Love's new "Certainly More Than You Want to Know About the Fishes of the Pacific Coast"...
L.A. NOWFind a dark spot on the San Diego County coastline after night falls and you might be be treated to a spectacular neon blue light show. Bioluminescent waves, which glow a vivid blue as they crash ashore, have been dazzling......
I've often fantasized about retracing the steps of such naturalists as Charles Darwin, Alexander von Humboldt and William Bartram, who saw exotic places and recorded, in detail, the plants and animals they described so vividly on their expeditions. -----...
Glendale Community College is offering two summer courses in Baja California at the college’s field station. GCC has been holding classes in the Baja California peninsula of Mexico since 1974. Introduction to Marine Biology (Biology 125) paired...
Peninsula Housing & Builders Association's Pre-Apprenticeship Training Program. Call 595-1600. Teacher Institute at Colonial Williamsburg is designed for elementary, middle, and high school social studies teachers who teach U.S. history and government....
Daily American Staff WriterA coalition of community groups will kick off Outdoor Heritage Month with a Laurel Highlands Green Drinks networking event on Friday at Art Works in Johnstown. Casual and comfortable is how Kristin Sewak, executive director of Natural Biodiversity,...
Tags: Science, Conservation, Ecosystems, Ceremonies, Nature
John Olguin, whose enthusiasm for the ocean made him a perfect teacher for generations of youngsters who visited the Cabrillo Marine Aquarium in San Pedro, has died. He was 89. Olguin, the longtime director of what was then called the Cabrillo Marine...
30 North ChiefNatural Biodiversity will host a community greening festival at the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown’s Living Learning Center on May 14. “Businesses are attracted to green communities and this will be an event where the community...
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Organizers hope the new Green Drinks Laurel Highlands networking group set to make its debut in Johnstown Jan. 26 will help connect like-minded residents to spark new environmental projects in the region. "The idea is to get people together and get...
LA JOLLA, Calif. -- The Scripps Institution of Oceanography announced Wednesday it will partner with a private firm to deploy a $25 million global greenhouse gas observation network over the next five years. The network will provide scientists with...
Daily American Sunday EditorZebra mussels might endanger the area’s lakes and deep-water recreation sites, but swift-running streams and creeks could be threatened by another invasive species commonly called rock snot. The didymo algae – called rock snot for it’...
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