Underwater Sound Study with Dolphins – Dolphin Quest Bermuda
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Underwater Sound Study with Dolphins – Dolphin Quest Bermuda

I’m Paige Stephens and I’m from Oklahoma State University in the Integrative Biology Department. We are studying the impacts of anthropogenic noise on dolphins. Anthropogenic is a fancy way of saying human effects on animals. Specifically we’re looking at how sounds under water affect bottlenose dolphins We’re interested in the animals responses for this project […]

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Mark Tercek: Green Infrastructure Outperforms Gray
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Mark Tercek: Green Infrastructure Outperforms Gray

So people ask me about green infrastructure. And by green infrastructure, and we sometimes call it natural capital, that’s kind of our wonky term for using nature as an asset base. And you can contrast that with gray infrastructure, man-made infrastructure. There are so many instances now when we can compare and contrast an investment […]

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Dancer Makes Waves With Conservation Campaign
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Dancer Makes Waves With Conservation Campaign

CHRISTINE REN: Often we forget that on an individual level there really are things that each and every one of us can do for the environment in a positive way. COMM: Artist Christine Ren has been making waves with her unique campaigns to help save the world’s oceans. Using her background in both dance and […]

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Lords of the Wetlands – Full Episode

Reggae music, tropical white sand beaches… these are the images that come to mind when people think of Jamaica. Less thought of is one of the islands’ largest predators – the American crocodile. It’s part of our heritage, it’s on our Coat of Arms. The crocodile is the mascot for our cricket team, the Jamaican […]

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