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Essential Skills for Early Career Ecologists

Essential Skills for Early Career Ecologists

By Micah Moen 0 Comment February 28, 2020

Elizabeth Borer: I think there are two really important skills that scientists of the future and now need. One is lateral thinking. Brian Enquist: Ecology is a complicated you know science. It has a lot of bits and pieces, ranging from physics and chemistry all the way up to the social sciences. Elizabeth: So the […]

UQx LGD2 019 Political ecology: understanding conflicts…

UQx LGD2 019 Political ecology: understanding conflicts…

By Micah Moen 0 Comment February 27, 2020

The idea of “sustainable development” has become so much of a staple of current debate and commentary that it is sometimes easy to forget that it initially referred specifically to environmental concerns and issues. While we may be reminded of this when, for instance, climate change becomes part of the conversation, we don’t often reflect […]

Dinosaurs Probably Weren’t Cold-Blooded, According to Eggshells

Dinosaurs Probably Weren’t Cold-Blooded, According to Eggshells

By Micah Moen 100 Comments February 27, 2020

sometimes in science the answer just isn’t where you thought it was gonna be and last week in the journal Science advances an international group of researchers published insight into an age-old problem from a pretty surprising place they analyzed dinosaur eggs to get an idea of the mother dinosaurs body temperature when the egg […]

What Animal Dominates Earth?

What Animal Dominates Earth?

By Micah Moen 100 Comments February 27, 2020

[INTRO ♪] Ask any casual science enthusiast what animal group has more species than any other, and they’ll probably say beetles. And there are a ton of beetle species— more than 350 thousand, in fact. That’s about 22% of all species that we’ve identified and named so far, including stuff like bacteria. But some scientists […]

6 Microbes Saving the Environment

6 Microbes Saving the Environment

By Micah Moen 100 Comments February 26, 2020

Thanks to Brilliant for supporting this episode of SciShow. Go to Brilliant.org/SciShow to learn how you can take your STEM skills to the next level! [♪ INTRO] Ever since humans found out germs were a thing, we’ve had a vendetta against microbes. The idea that death can be doled out by stuff we can’t even […]

Difference Between Nature and Nurture: Is Your Nature Holding You Back?

Difference Between Nature and Nurture: Is Your Nature Holding You Back?

By Micah Moen 1 Comment February 26, 2020

is it possible that what you want in life and who you want to become actually goes against your nature keep watching this is life mastery gym I’m Damon Cart and I teach people just like you cutting edge NLP processes and techniques so that you can master your life and take charge of your […]

New trailer for County Lines – in cinemas 17 April | BFI

New trailer for County Lines – in cinemas 17 April | BFI

By Micah Moen 5 Comments February 25, 2020

(Boys talking) Yo, gimme your chips man. Oi allow it, I literally just bought them I said shut up fam – What are you doing? What? I was only joking with him man! You alright? Yeah. I used to work for some older guy when I was your age. Running errands, things like that. I […]

When the Rainforests Collapsed

When the Rainforests Collapsed

By Micah Moen 100 Comments February 25, 2020

Way back, about 310 million years ago, a lizard-like creature took shelter in a hollow stump in what’s now Nova Scotia. It was small, not much bigger than your hand, and it hunted for insects in an ecosystem that was way different from anything you’ll find in Canada today. It lived in a warm, swampy […]

Growing Season – Ecology Plus Diversity

Growing Season – Ecology Plus Diversity

By Micah Moen 0 Comment February 25, 2020

hello my name is Grant Thompson today I’ll be talking about ecology and diversity explore how to create plant communities that mimic nature in urban spaces for an outline of what I’ll be talking about today I’ll will give you a little bit of background on myself once we get going here and for most […]

HOW TO SPEAK ENGLISH BETTER THAN MOST NATIVE ENGLISH SPEAKERS 😃 | Go Natural English

HOW TO SPEAK ENGLISH BETTER THAN MOST NATIVE ENGLISH SPEAKERS 😃 | Go Natural English

By Micah Moen 100 Comments February 24, 2020

Hello, what is up my naturals, how are you I’m Gabby Wallace your American English teacher Here with another English lesson for you now I just realized I’m sitting on a very creaky chair So if you hear something like that, it’s just the chair. Don’t worry Maybe time for anyone anyway, you’re here because […]