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MA Sharks 🦈 Aug 13
Today off Truro Gavin Lynn captured a good example of why we often find partially eaten seals. Sharks often kill seals so close to shore they wash into shallow water before they can finish the meal. You can read more & see his video here:
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NOAAFish_NEFSC Aug 12
fun fact: One blacktip shark was tagged in St. John USVI & recaptured near Jekyll Island, Georgia. That’s 1,183 nautical miles & about half the distance between LA & New York City! About our tagging program data: .
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GMRI Aug 11
Are you passionate about science and nature? Join us for a free, virtual Science Cafe on Thurs 8/20 @ 4:30 pm to learn about our program and hear how you can get involved in real, local research! Register today at the link below!
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MPA-Engage Aug 10
Check out our 1st newsletter! You’ll find: 📰 The latest news and information about MPA Engage projects such as the 2020 Tour 📽All our webinars from the 1st unit 🗺Upcoming events! Don't miss it! 🔗
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Krushnamegh Kunte Aug 12
Caprona is a fascinating butterfly genus. Males have a fine scent brush behind forelegs, which they fan out from their vantage points, presumably to attract females. Here are all three Indian species. More images at: . ,
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Dr. Stella Kafka Aug 13
and data in the news again: a new explanation for the dimming, from ! Our free webinar on Saturday, 15 August, will discuss data and their interpretation! Sign up here:
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Kez Armstrong 🇪🇺 Aug 12
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Berwickshire Marine Reserve Aug 12
If you are out diving in the Reserve keep an eye out for our resident Wolffish 👀 if you see any please help us find out more about their population in the BMR - even no sightings is still data! 🐟
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Dr. Stella Kafka Aug 13
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Paul Venturelli Aug 13
Latest rearing advice for both big and little kids: rear few caterpillars individually in clean, outdoor enclosure; avoid purchasing; and participate in projects.
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EuroMarine OYSTER Aug 13
Do you want to know how is being applied in marine research? We have a fully virtual session just for that in the conference ESOF 2020: - Combining Scientists & Citizens for Ocean Research Registrations are open at
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Citizen ASAS-SN Aug 8
Variabel stars can be quite pretty, too: "M3: Inconstant Star Cluster" See:
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Alison Hafner Aug 9
NC friends & family! Did you feel this morning’s mag 5.1 earthquake? If so, be sure to fill out the “Did You Feel It?” Report. Yay !!
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Raspberry Shake Earthquake Channel Aug 12
Preliminary M5.3 773km/480miles from , in , 2020-08-13 06:40 UTC time by network. Join the largest community ➡️ EVENT ➡️
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The Big Microplastic Survey Aug 11
Latest update on analysis from our West Wittering Beach surveys. Sample area 50cm x 50cm Total plastics - 418. Nurdles - 182 Bio Beads - 39 EPS - 45 Mesoplastics & - 152 Go to our website to get involved in this project
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EmeraldNorway Aug 13
Here are the highest-lying trees I found when crossing the treeline this summer. They are now registered in .
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SciStarter Aug 13
Are you curious about the night sky? Passionate about protecting the planet? Eager to learn what's in your water? For all of that and more, explore SciStarter's videos page for tutorials, recordings & project spotlights.
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Biodiversity & Development Institute Aug 10
Citizen science is what drives us! See what the ADU has to say about today:
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SciStarter Aug 13
5 Science Projects That Can Help Teach Kids - SciStarter Blog
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#AustralEcology Aug 9
Latest Research: An artificial nest experiment in environments: Lessons from a school‐based programme
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