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Ecology: Small Solutions to a Big Planet’s Problems. The Names

Ecology: Small Solutions to a Big Planet’s Problems. The Names

By Micah Moen 1 Comment April 6, 2020

Hi I’m K today I’m gonna tell you why getting eaten by mushrooms or given your friend of pair of chopsticks is good for our planet! Olala that’s a topic! Eco living is usually presented as a labor-intensive lifestyle, but it turns out one can help the Earth without much effort. The energy industry burns […]

How beautiful is nature in Bali. Vlog ride around Bali by car. Beautiful natural places in Bali.

How beautiful is nature in Bali. Vlog ride around Bali by car. Beautiful natural places in Bali.

By Micah Moen 16 Comments April 5, 2020

Would have gensokyo good it’s time for next destination I’m checking out from this place here it’s my second space till the last one right now I’m going to the next Island called Lombok there I’m stay for three days and then it’s the time to go back home let’s go and enjoy Chiefs our […]

Wolf Pack Hunts Buffalo Herd | BBC Earth

By Micah Moen 0 Comment April 4, 2020

killing a buffalo is a risky business but these wolves have hunted Buffalo for hundreds if not thousands of years they know what they need to do storm and his pack have to attack from behind so they must get the herd to run the Buffalo know that if they stand and face the wolves […]

Vulnerable Wetlands Part 5

Vulnerable Wetlands Part 5

By Micah Moen 0 Comment April 3, 2020

Vulnerable Wetlands And Stormwater Management Planning. Part 5 GIS Maps – Subwatershed of Interest Detail Series. The “Subwatershed of interest Detail Map” is the Fifth segment in the Protecting Vulnerable Wetlands with Stormwater Management Planning series. In this segment, we develop two map series for each “Subwatershed of interest”. The base map for the type […]

Image of the Week — Antarctica’s Newest Island

Image of the Week — Antarctica’s Newest Island

By Micah Moen 0 Comment March 31, 2020

♪ Antarctica has been the source for a host of fascinating satellite imagery in recent months. We’ve offered scenes from the southern solstice, images of icebergs adrift, and shots of pooling meltwater during some of the warmest days on record for the frozen continent. An international team of scientists onboard a U.S. research vessel recently […]

Alien Biosphere Evolution #6: Size and the Modularity of Life

By Micah Moen 0 Comment March 26, 2020

When it comes to the evolution of life on Earth or other planets the general rule is that: Probabilities decrease with increasing specificity. The more specific a life form, the less likely it is that it will evolve naturally. A humanoid being, for instance, though often the staple of science fiction, may actually be relatively […]

5 Principles for Social Sustainability (facing unpredictable change together)

5 Principles for Social Sustainability (facing unpredictable change together)

By Micah Moen 4 Comments March 25, 2020

Hi Alex here. In today’s video, we are looking at 5 principles for social sustainability. We know humans are dependent on ecological and social systems to meet their needs. From previous research we understand fairly well how ecological systems function and the basic mechanisms by which humanity damages them systematically. But what about social systems? […]

Thames River Wetlands: restoring diversity in southern Ontario

Thames River Wetlands: restoring diversity in southern Ontario

By Micah Moen 0 Comment March 25, 2020

There’s an old Greek proverb that says: elderly men are planting trees, and people come past and say, why would you plant trees when at your age, you’re never going to sit under the shade of these trees? And they say, well, if I don’t do it…or we don’t do it… who will? Then people […]

Unit 16 – Ecological engineering for disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation

By Micah Moen 0 Comment March 14, 2020

Welcome, in this unit you will learn about ecological engineering for disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation. The two guiding questions of this unit are: 1. What is ecological engineering? 2. And what are its potentials and limitations? So what is this ecological engineering? Well, there’s ecology and engineering in it. For sure you […]

Importance of Cattails in Wetlands

Importance of Cattails in Wetlands

By Micah Moen 0 Comment March 12, 2020

Cattails are a common sight in waterways around the world as a normal, healthy part of wetland ecosystems. But as their population grows, so does their potential for negative impacts. Researchers from public and private institutions study problematic species like overgrown cattail in North American wetlands, particularly the Florida Everglades, the Laurentian Great Lakes, and […]