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A resourceful Filipino diver hunts for gold on the ocean floor.
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To these First Nations, cedar is more than just a commodity, it’s the tree of life; a cultural keystone species:
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Each spring, billions of birds cross the Gulf of Mexico. New research is giving scientists a detailed look at the members of this massive migration.
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A feature article from 2016, Finding Our First Fish, now has an audio edition. Click play near the top of the article, or find our audio edition on your favourite podcast app or site.
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To these First Nations, cedar is more than just a commodity, it’s the tree of life; a cultural keystone species:
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Whale and Dolphin Conservation (WDC) 9h
Ever wonder how a nurses her calf? This article couldn't describe it better!
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Shards of broken sea ice can sap the energy from a wave.
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There are few giant cedars left on Vancouver Island and the first step in saving them—and revitalizing an ancient relationship—is finding them.
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Over the next few weeks, how many birds will fill the sky over the Gulf of Mexico?
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A feature article from 2016, Finding Our First Fish, now has an audio edition. Click play near the top of the article, or find our audio edition on your favourite podcast app or site.
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To these First Nations, cedar is more than just a commodity, it’s the tree of life; a cultural keystone species:
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Shards of broken sea ice can sap the energy from a wave.
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Each spring, billions of birds cross the Gulf of Mexico. New research is giving scientists a detailed look at the members of this massive migration:
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Rachel Nuwer Apr 22
Otters are the newest victims of the illegal pet trade. Next month, delegates will vote whether to give them the highest level of international protection:
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Kiron Mukherjee 20h
Happy 4th birthday to my FAVOURITE magazine ! Last year, the science storytelling course I taught was exclusively readings from them. The team is the BEST. Here are my 4 (of so MANY) favourite stories...
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How do you determine if an animal is in distress? And who gets to decide?
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Shards of broken sea ice can sap the energy from a wave.
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Hakai Magazine Apr 22
There's nothing common about the eggs of Common Murres:
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BC Water News Apr 22
Ballast is carried in a ship to improve its stability at sea. But a range of life forms, from fish to microbes, can hitch a ride
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Hakai Magazine Apr 22
“It might slow things down a bit, but I don’t think it will save us.”
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