Japanese Tsunami debris will make landfall soon on small atolls northwest of the main Hawaiian Islands Lumber, boats and other debris ripped from Japanese coastal towns by tsunamis last year have spread across some 3,000 miles to areas halfway across … Continue reading →
The long-range Winter forecast from several weather agencies predicts a colder than normal winter for B.C. Most of the province will be drier than normal, but in southwest B.C. the cold winds, colder ocean temperatures and the normal moisture from … Continue reading →
Science Daily recently reported on a study that finds “Preserving just 4 percent of the ocean could protect crucial habitat for the vast majority of marine mammal species, from sea otters to blue whales.” The article, based on the research at Stanford University and the National Autonomous University of Mexico (as published in the The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences), shows that all 129 marine mammal species “can be represented in only 20 critical conservation locations [covering] 10 percent of the species’ geographic range.” Of the 20 critical conservation locations, the authors identify that “preserving just 9 of ... Related posts:
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