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NY Currents Clip: Great Lakes Small Grants (September 2019)

Great Lakes Basin Small Grants Program In 2018, New York Sea Grant partnered with the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation to provide $200,000 in grant funds to increase community and ecological resiliency in New York’s Great Lakes region. Grant recipients created a wide range of impacts. The Genesee-Finger Lakes Regional Planning Commission created […]

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Doha Debates: Water Scarcity
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Doha Debates: Water Scarcity

(dark music) – [Announcer] Dear World, we need to talk. Welcome to Doha Debates, where we are searching for solutions to global challenges. (dramatic music) (people shouting) – We are facing one of the greatest global risks of our time, the shortage of water. – Water scarcity impacts more than 40% of the world’s population. […]

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Endangered Species Part- II

Hello Friends, Welcome to PrepMate Classes! This is the follow-up lecture on endangered species. In this lecture, we will discuss about the important endangered marine mammals, birds and reptiles in India. Let us consider them one by one… 1. Gangetic or Susu Dolphin: It is the national aquatic animal of India. It is also known […]

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Does the Theory of Evolution Really Matter?

Stated Clearly presents Does the theory of evolution really matter? When Darwin published his Theory of Evolution in the mid eighteen hundreds, he presented us with two very strange and interesting ideas. First, through completely natural processes living things evolve to better survive and reproduce within their environments. Second, all living things on earth are […]

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Yellowstone to Yukon: 20 Years of Progress

Karsten Heuer: When I think back on why we started working like this it’s because the animals told us to. A lynx that moved down from the Yukon into central B.C. 1,100 kilometres; a wolf that moved between two provinces, two states, two (laughs) countries; a fish, a grizzly bear, all moving over vast distances […]

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Fisheries Monitoring: Regional Rivers and Streams

The fisheries monitoring programs that we have at the Toronto Region Conservation Authority, are some of the longest standing programs around. There’s the regional watershed monitoring program, that has been operating within our streams and rivers for the last 20 years, where we sample approximately 150 sites. We’re basically fishing for information. The aquatic community […]

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