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National Ecological Observatory Network

National Ecological Observatory Network

By Micah Moen 0 Comment October 19, 2019

Thanks for inviting me and giving me the time to thank everyone out there for spending a little bit of time with us today. Dan asked me to present to you about the National Ecological Observatory Network, which for the most part I will be calling NEON. My name is Chuck Bohall, I am an […]

Child Development Resilience and the Environment: An Ecological Perspective

Child Development Resilience and the Environment: An Ecological Perspective

By Micah Moen 0 Comment October 19, 2019

(electronic beeping) – Dr. Miller is back to speak about adverse childhood experiences and associations with developmental disabilities. Dr. Miller. – Well, thank you. That was a short break. (chuckles) I will have to mention that though I work for the California EPA, that none of my comments today represent the state of California in […]

Urban Ecology, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Urban Ecology, Winnipeg, Manitoba

By Micah Moen 0 Comment October 19, 2019

Urban Ecology is a two-storey semi detached home located in the centennial neighborhood of Winnipeg. It’s an inner-city community undergoing revitalization work. Winnipeg Housing got involved in the EQuilibrium Initiative because we saw it as an opportunity to learn and experiment with some sustainable design practices that we don’t typically get to do in our […]

Anna McMorrin MP – Environment Bill Debate Intervention – 17.10.2019

Anna McMorrin MP – Environment Bill Debate Intervention – 17.10.2019

By Micah Moen 0 Comment October 19, 2019

I thank the Minister for giving way, would she agree, in Wales we have the third best recycling rate in the world, however, where that recycling ends up is across the oceans in other countries. Would she agree then, that what is actually needed is wholescale reform of the whole waste hierarchy, that’s what’s needed […]

The Interest Rate Environment – Barber Financial Group

The Interest Rate Environment – Barber Financial Group

By Micah Moen 0 Comment October 19, 2019

Hi, I’m Dean barber founder and CEO of Barber Financial Group. Thanks for joining me for the monthly economic update. It is mid-october right now and I’m going to share with you today some really interesting things that have gone on in the interest rate environment. We’ve talked about that a lot over the last […]

Pioneer Fire Salvage on the Boise National Forest

Pioneer Fire Salvage on the Boise National Forest

By Micah Moen 0 Comment October 19, 2019

Before a wildfire is out, forest specialists begin analyzing what’s needed to recover and restore the landscape. Specialists use an array of tools to meet this need based on the forest’s management plan. Where conditions are suitable areas are left to naturally generate, other areas may need additional seeding or planting to help them recover. […]

House Energy and Climate Finance and Policy Division  1/15/19

House Energy and Climate Finance and Policy Division 1/15/19

By Micah Moen 5 Comments October 19, 2019

THE MEETING OF ENERGY AND CLIMATE WILL COME TO ORDER. I KNOW A QUORUM IS PRESENT. WELCOME EVERYONE. TODAY WERE GOING TO START TO GIVE A SERIES OF INFORMATIONAL HEARINGS. NEXT WEEK; WERE GOING TO HEAR FROM PCA FROM THEIR REPORT ON GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS. WE WILL THEN HAVE A FOLLOW-UP ON THE ELECTRIC GRID […]

Are the Upcoming Biomes actually Good Enough?

Are the Upcoming Biomes actually Good Enough?

By Micah Moen 100 Comments October 19, 2019

In a bid to make ‘Minecon Live’ feel… Relevant? Necessary?, we’ve been getting annual votes on what we want to see added to Minecraft in future updates. 2019 saw the return of a Biome vote where the winner, like past years will find itself eternalized in the game’s code. Opinions were divisive, but a winner […]

Ecological Site Identification

Ecological Site Identification

By Micah Moen 0 Comment October 18, 2019

Soil and ecological site identification is probably one of the most important steps in any inventory, assessment, or monitoring project no matter what type of land you’re working on. It’s an important process because it allows us to establish what the ecological potential a particular piece of land is: what’s possible for that piece of […]

Predictive ecology: Studying behavior in the Great Lakes | Noldus Customer Success Story

Predictive ecology: Studying behavior in the Great Lakes | Noldus Customer Success Story

By Micah Moen 0 Comment October 18, 2019

Behavior is fascinating. It’s not something that you can easily predict. This is why my lab is called predictive ecology; it’s to try to find means and ways to be able to see how animals are doing. My name is Dr. Christina Semeniuk, and I am an associate professor at the Great Lakes Institute for […]