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amcquinn 17h
It's not just about supps like nascent iodine, kelp or selenium. It's about getting to the root of the emotional (speaking up for yourself) + the genetic root coming down your family line. Are you ready?
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Algonquin Books 21h
Happy ! Let's take good care of our planet. Today, we're starting with (even if we don't have an ocean in our backyard): by Susan Hand Shetterly
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Aaron W. E. Galloway Apr 11
It’s hard to see it in this picture but there is a huge Macrocystis bed near the shore in Punta Arenas. You know we’d love to dive in that! Next best thing is to appreciate the drift detritus piles and dried holdfasts on the beach!
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Washington Sea Grant Apr 12
Hi ! We'll be running a weekly bit of on aquaculture around Washington State. Kelp can can provide many ecosystem services, such as buffering and habitat. Get a primer on our new outreach page:
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Uni ゆに|JPN🇯🇵 Apr 12
We Japanese say the people who eat soba daily live a long life🌱 In fact, the people in Nagano prefecture where the production of soba is No.1 have the longest life expectancy in Japan for both male and female👵🏼🧓🏼
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Mathilde Bue Jan 28
Can anyone help me ID this fish? 😉
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Tiff Stephens Jan 3
Oh hey, 2019! Our latest paper is now out in its final published form. In this paper (), we explore how biomass is distributed across a reef and across the water column, the latter of which is presented for low and high tide depths.
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Tom Mumford Apr 8
A kinda day for . Setting up kelp growth/detritus production experiment, gametophyte cultures, and pressing vouchers with . And a shot of why it’s “zoobot”.
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Ashlee🖤 Apr 16
My baby been sick. Now I’m sick.
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Save Scottish Seas Mar 21
Today we're shining a spotlight on for . Kelp forests are a habitat, able to store around 1.8 million tonnes of carbon per year. That's equivalent to over 3.5% of Scotland's annual total greenhouse gas emissions!
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BaskingSharkScotland Mar 27
A5 - discover the amazing ecosystem below the waves around the forests of the north by coming on our tours - inspire kids to look after the by getting them enthusiastic about our
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White Abalone Mar 5
White friends helping each other grab a blade of 🤗
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Dr. Lindsay Green-Gavrielidis Dec 19
Grow little , grow.
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Kate Vylet Feb 4
A tangle of briny fettuccine, the bull 's (Nereocystis luetkeana) flowing blades enwrap themselves in calm water, tethered to the bulbous bladder from which they grow. The yellow sections are reproductive spore patches called sori that drop from the blades when mature.
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Thomas Wernberg Apr 11
3 generations of nerds. Privileged to have endless discussions about and with inspiring colleagues incl my mentor and my padawan . Nerds never run out of stuff to talk about! Thanks & for a great workshop!
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Kate Vylet Jan 17
Who knew rockfish could be such party poopers... These señorita (Oxyjulis californica) were picking out bits of falling food from a loose holdfast when a kelp (Sebastes atrovirens) took issue with their fun and crashed the party.
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Brooke Weigel 🌱💦 Mar 4
Analyzing data for & dissolved organic carbon production by . Past studies show proportion of fixed released as = 14-60% for Laminaria, Macrocystis and Ecklonia. has a similar proportion. That's a LOT of !
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Tiff Stephens Mar 29
I'm really enjoying the presentation of this canopy research led by the Samish Indian Nation in the San Juan Islands, WA. : A DECADE OF DISAPPEARANCE.
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Kew Mobile Museum Feb 15
The use of sea in and was popularised in the mid 1800s. Inserted into the , a rod of dried will slowly absorb moisture, causing dilation. Corn stalks, sea-sponge and various plant roots have also been used as uterine tents...OUCH!
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Brooke Weigel 🌱💦 Apr 5
Excited for the UChicago Symposium on April 16th! I will be giving an lightning talk about GIANT and *tiny* that live on their surfaces. Also yes that is the kelp on the event poster!
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