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The Gulf Game Wardens – Texas Parks and Wildlife [Official]

The Gulf Game Wardens – Texas Parks and Wildlife [Official]

By Micah Moen 15 Comments December 7, 2019

(ocean surf)>>IT’S THE BEGINNING OF A WEEK ON SOUTH PADRE ISLAND.>>YOU PUSHING?>>YEAH, I’M PUSHING.>>THESE TEXAS GAME WARDENS ARE BEGINNING THEIRS WITH A TRIP TO THE STORE, TO STOCK UP ON SUPPLIES.>>WE’VE ALREADY GOT BREAD.>>SO WE NEED SODAS, COFFEE…>>COME TO THE STORE, GET WHAT WE NEED, AND THEN GO TO WORK.>>SOUTH PADRE IS NOT THEIR DESTINATION…>>PREVENTS […]

An Intergenerational Exploration of Our Local Ecology
Institute on the Environment: The Right Time and Place

Institute on the Environment: The Right Time and Place

By Micah Moen 0 Comment November 5, 2019

If we look at every measure of our planet’s environment, we’re losing. We’re losing more biodiversity. We’re losing against the fight against global warming. As much as we might like to think these are getting better, they’re not. Environmental problems in the 21st century are huge problems. Things like climate change affect the entire planet. […]

Discovery Channel – Large Asteroid Impact Simulation

Discovery Channel – Large Asteroid Impact Simulation

By Micah Moen 100 Comments November 1, 2019

An asteroid with a diameter of 500 km. Destination: The Pacific Ocean. The impact peels the 10 km crust off the surface. The shockwave travels at hypersonic speeds. Debris is blasted across into low Earth orbit, and returns to destroy the surface of the Earth. The firestorm encircles the Earth, vaporizing all life in its […]

Today’s Forest: Measuring Basal Area

Today’s Forest: Measuring Basal Area

By Micah Moen 3 Comments October 27, 2019

[Music] My name is Skip Smith, and we’re talking about “Today’s Forest” in the Black Hills. When we, as foresters, think think about how we’re going to manage a stand, one of the key elements we need to know is how dense it is, or how crowded it is. It seems straightforward that we just […]

Study Environmental Sciences at the University of Birmingham

Study Environmental Sciences at the University of Birmingham

By Micah Moen 1 Comment October 23, 2019

An Environmental Sciences degree from the University of Birmingham will give you the knowledge and the skills to understand and solve the world’s most pressing environmental problems. Finding answers to real-world problems will make you highly employable. We have multiple opportunities to help improve your employability, for example; you can take final year placements in […]

Rhapsody – Forest Of Unicorns (Subtitulada)
I spoil Forest of Secrets for everybody

I spoil Forest of Secrets for everybody

By Micah Moen 100 Comments October 22, 2019

Sometime in the past, Oakheart, a dead guy, brings two blue kittens to a cat named Graypool and refuses to explain where he got them. Meanwhile, in the present, Tigerclaw and Fireheart make passive-aggressive comments to each other all the way to the gathering. Fireheart overhears that at one point, Bluestar lost some kits. Wow, […]

School of Geography, Environment and Earth Sciences – Victoria University of Wellington

School of Geography, Environment and Earth Sciences – Victoria University of Wellington

By Micah Moen 0 Comment September 18, 2019

My research is basically looking at ocean temperatures. I look at ocean temperatures through the chemistry of something called planktonic foraminifera, which are little creatures which live in the upper layer of the ocean. What I do with those is I look at the chemistry and through that I can tell what the surface ocean […]

Today’s Forest: Ecology & Management

Today’s Forest: Ecology & Management

By Micah Moen 1 Comment September 10, 2019

[music] I spent lots and lots of time in the Black Hills in fact most of the most of my research in the past 20 years has has been up in the Black Hills. I’ve done things like work work on Jasper, so I’ve, with Wayne Shepherd, who some of you may and founded in […]