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Stephen Thackeray Dec 9
What's that? You want to know what grows in rainwater pools that have formed in 8th century stone graves....? (1/4)
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Beneath British Waters Dec 7
Been filming the European eel over the last two years on various evenings in rivers, these will be included in next years edits, absolutely amazing species.
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Nadeem Mirbahar 5h
Mountains r home to 15% of world´s population & 1/4 of world’s land & Mountains provide to half of humanity These are living museums of cultures Unfortunately & are 2 major threats mountains face today
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Gregor Kalinkat 2h
I made a short highlighting why a needs to integrate a perspective
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Ricardo Solar Dec 3
New paper out: A Humboldtian approach to and ecosystem services
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Aquatic Warehouse 15h
Snowball Plecostomus Size: 6" Tank: min 30 gal Diet: omnivore. If not enough algae/leftover food present, supplement diet w/freeze-dried bloodworms, carnivore pellets & flake food. Temperament: Peaceful Care Level: Easy
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Teresita Porter 🤦🏻‍♀️💻 12h
"The ecobiomics project: Advancing assessment of health and # quality in Canada"
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FionaWendy Dec 9
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Swift Fly Fishing 1h
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Mukwano Industries 5h
Drinking fresh water regularly, aids in detoxifying your body, but also strengthens the immune system, soothes digestion issues and helps with weight loss!
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Christine Witkowski Dec 5
Why mussels are dying and why it matters: "Mussels are like the foundation of your house. It's not sexy to care about it while you can redo your kitchen. But when you fall through the floor..."
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Stephen Thackeray Dec 2
Great to see the next generation of ecologists being trained in those all-important field skills at a long term monitoring site...
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TNC in Indiana Dec 9
"Mussels are like nature's Brita filters." Great quote from a great story on the importance of mussels. Here in Indiana, TNC is working to establish healthy mussel populations in the Wabash River.
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Aqaix Dec 7
Interesting read: "Bali's scarcity problem is only expected to get worse unless there is a paradigm shift in the mass tourism model and they embrace quality sustainable tourism."
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Living Art Reptiles Dec 8
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Sonja Jähnig Dec 6
Our new study in identifies impact areas of future large hydropower dams on in South America, South and East Asia, and the Balkan region - include in decision-making on new dams
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Gregor Kalinkat 6h
Replying to @ewarren
I appreciate that your mentions the Great Lakes briefly at the very end. But the issues discussed in this thread go much beyond those lakes. For instance, DYK that the SE part of the US is a global hotspot for ?
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WWF-Canada Dec 9
VP Elizabeth Hendriks says Ontario is using far too much road salt. We're working with to show how we can all be .
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Alliance for Freshwater Life Dec 10
During this conference it seems appropriate to remind everyone that ecosystems and play an important role in global carbon cycle! "Peatlands store twice as much carbon as all the world’s forests" via
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IUCN Water Programme Dec 7
Questions remain on protected area effectiveness for protection due to human pressures, mgmt effectiveness, and lack of evidence. Significant financial and human investment needed to make PA's an effective freshwater mgmt tool.
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