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Dr Cameron Webb Jul 6
Interesting. Mosquitoes are often a symptom of poor health, this paper indicates better water quality and more diverse aquatic vegetation results in more mosquito predators! Similar in urban wetlands; see some research by
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Greg Lawrence 2h
Battling the heat out in coastal
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Mariusz Lamentowicz 9h
Today afternoon with a Little Crake Porzana parva! 😊
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Wetlands Convention Jul 6
Over 80% of the world's wastewater is released to environment without treatment. Freshwater pollution is recognized as a growing global concern. improve quality; they function as filters, absorbing pesticides and chemicals and removing harmful waste from water.
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Dr Nathan Waltham 15h
Carbon in estuaries moves around in many ways (trophic relay, outwelling etc.), here an estuarine spider crab (Amarinus sp.) is moving across a sandflat using a mangrove leaf to shelter from predatory fish
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Dr Cameron Webb 17h
Another winter sunset over Hen and Chicken Bay
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Terry Hlywka Jul 6
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Neil Shook Jul 5
American Avocets start to gather up on Montana wetlands in preparation for their long journey south. A lot of shorebirds begin their fall migration in July. Your Sunday evening Prairie Zen. Enjoy!
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Terry Hlywka Jul 4
Happy 4th to all my friends, & followers stay safe. Explore the
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BEGIN InterregNSR Jul 6
The BEGIN pilot site Broomfield Park Wetlands (in Enfield, UK) has been shortlisted for a Susdrain Award! Bronwyn Buntine is also in the running to be the 2020 SuDS Champion! For info on the and how to vote, visit our website:
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Angie Dawn 19h
Wetlands at Far Ings Nature Reserve, North Lincolnshire, England
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Neil Shook 4h
More grebes!! A family of Eared Grebes have made their home on a Montana prairie wetland. I refer to their babies as Juggalos!
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Terry Hlywka Jul 4
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Ducks Unlimited CAN Jun 30
How do wetlands work as natural water filters? Wetland vegetation traps sediment and pollutants, and microorganisms break down the contaminants. Wetlands are highly effective natural infrastructure.
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UN Biodiversity Jul 4
How much do you know about —the "kidneys of the landscape"? shares 5⃣ things we should all know about these essential , which host vital and are key for mitigating .
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Neil Shook 16h
I watched this Pied-billed Grebe wrangle a salamander that it would catch then the salamander would wiggle free and the PBG would dive after it. This went on for about half an hour.
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Mariusz Lamentowicz Jul 5
Today bicycle 45 km with some nice on the way. 😉
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N. Fontaine 8h
Red-winged Blackbirds use plants such as cattails, buttonbush, bulrush, and many other wetland plants for nesting and hiding sites.
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Mariusz Lamentowicz Jul 3
Last week Linje, this week Rzecin. Our second OTC peatland site. Today first manuscript from OTC Rzecin submitted to Geoderma! 🌱
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Kane Brides Jul 1
Replying to @WWTworldwide
After long 3 months of being on furlough, this morning it feels good to be switching on my work laptop and getting back to working for ~ I've missed it! 😊
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