Tag: ecosystem

Organization of Life

Organization of Life

By Micah Moen 11 Comments August 31, 2019

Life on Earth is organized into different levels based on degree of complexity. These levels range from the very small and simple (like the atom) to the very large and complex (such as the biosphere). They are organized into a type of hierarchy, with the larger levels enveloping the smaller levels- sort of like Russian […]

Where to find the Prairie garden in Hannover, Germany

Where to find the Prairie garden in Hannover, Germany

By Micah Moen 7 Comments August 30, 2019

Berggarten won a European Garden award for best garden in 2015 given by EGHN or European Garden Heritage Network Prairie Garten is part of the Berggarten Hannover, Centuries-old Botanical Gardens with 12,000 plus plants and glass houses for orchids and other plant species from all over the world Prairie means grassland and comes from the […]

Preserving the Dry Coral Collection

Preserving the Dry Coral Collection

By Micah Moen 2 Comments August 30, 2019

[MUSIC BEGINS] [SOUND OF BREATHING THROUGH SNORKEL]>>ESTEFANíA RODRíGUEZ (Associate Curator, Division of Invertebrate Zoology, American Museum of Natural History): Corals are Cnidarians. Cnidarians is a group of animals, around 10,000 species more or less, relatively simple, but very diverse, with many, many forms, including jellyfish, corals, anemones. Stony corals are the corals that everybody knows. […]

Endangered Species: Worth Saving from Extinction?

Endangered Species: Worth Saving from Extinction?

By Micah Moen 51 Comments August 27, 2019

(electronic keyboard tones playing) – Meet the Pygmy Hippo. They live in Africa and they are too stinking cute, like this little one, oh my god look how adorable he is. Too bad these guys are dying out. Yup, they’re in danger. There’s only about two or three thousand of them left in the wild. […]

Ecosystem demo.mp4

Ecosystem demo.mp4

By Micah Moen 0 Comment August 27, 2019

Mobile one to one is a global manufacturer of mobile electronics in this demo we’ll look at how mobile one to one use clear veil as a social internet and how several internal and external facing clear Val networks can be combined together into an ecosystem in the first scenario we see the internet through […]

Get Started with myViewBoard™ Ecosystem

Get Started with myViewBoard™ Ecosystem

By Micah Moen 0 Comment August 27, 2019

(bouncy music) – Hey! Rob from ViewSonic. Today, I’m excited to introduce myViewBoard. We’re getting rid of the traditional whiteboard and merging the virtual with the physical. myViewBoard is an ecosystem. Have a mobile phone? A tablet? A digital whiteboard? Web access? Then we got you covered. First thing you want to do is sign […]

Hungry Hungry Lionfish | What Sam Sees

Hungry Hungry Lionfish | What Sam Sees

By Micah Moen 0 Comment August 25, 2019

hey it’s me Sam and I’m here at reef headquarters in Key Largo Florida ready to find out about a fish that’s been invading the waters this beautiful but skilled predator will eat anything that comes in its path the lionfish its population is exploding and we’ve got to find out why this is where […]

Life Inside a Dead Whale

Life Inside a Dead Whale

By Micah Moen 100 Comments August 25, 2019

If a whale falls in the ocean, and no one’s around to see it, does it still create a complex, unique ecosystem? Turns out, it does. A whale fall is what happens when a whale dies out in the open ocean and its body sinks really far — to at least a thousand meters down. […]

What is a salt marsh?

What is a salt marsh?

By Micah Moen 0 Comment August 25, 2019

Welcome to the Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge. Founded in 1966, it was named after the legendary Rachel Carson. Established in order to protect valuable salt marsh and estruine habitat for migratory birds, it is part of a system of more than 500 national wildlife refuges. As a resident or visitor to southern Maine, you […]

Darwin on our Doorsteps | Adventures in Genomics

Darwin on our Doorsteps | Adventures in Genomics

By Micah Moen 1 Comment August 24, 2019

– [Woman Narration] The California Channel Islands are a series of eight islands off the coast of Los Angeles and Santa Barbara. These islands have really unique flora and fauna, including the island fox. The story of the California island fox is a story of a recovering endangered species, but also an entire ecosystem. (piano […]