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World 🌎🌍🌏 Traveler 19h
This is the - the world's longest boardwalk in Hinton's system. There's over 3 KM of boardwalk with seating areas, interpretative panels and many pathways. I spent over an hour on some boardwalk trails alone - enjoying the quiet and sights!
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steven@rruda 9h
....Givin it that show car finish.... Bitches! "Ms528" is a bad influence on me! &
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Martha Rojas Urrego 13h
Essential information to monitor changes as well as inform conservation plans. Congratulations on putting together a Wetland Atlas.
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Chris Short 11h
Cows, , and discussing on and options within potential for creation.
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Covia Jul 18
Covia sponsored the construction of the new water control structure at Big Stone National Wildlife Refuge. This structure is part of the 1,662-acre West Pool and will help enhance water level management and the aquatic of the .
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Saber Masoomi Jul 20
The wild honey hunter in says it's impossible to start a wild honey project: lack of trust and accountability. I was thinking how many of great global policies & initiatives got stuck in practice only because is still a dark spot for most of NGOs.
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Bonnie Jul 21
cleanup continues and the once thriving is dying. Last news was early July & equipment is still in place. Sad sight next to
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Elizabeth Healey Jul 19
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Patrick Raney Jul 18
Replying to @RaneySwamp
At DU I get to do cool stuff like using remote sensing to identify restoration sites.
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Saber Masoomi Jul 14
A Network of Sacred Areas is what we need in to protect the last remnants of its valuable and habitats. I captured this video, standing inside of a Buddhist prayer room built on an island in the middle of a to honor the spirits.
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DUCinBC Jul 19
Duck of the day 😜
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Kiwaho Kilowatthour Jul 19
Replying to @UW @uwengineering
It is the Global Water Surface Area (GWSA) that sets . Now GWSA = 0.7xx of Earth area, most ocean. 2nd 3rd after decimal point anthropogenic, caused by shrinkage. by
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Kiwaho Kilowatthour Jul 19
Replying to @GeraldKutney @tan123
All should remove their that cause downstream shrinkage. If not, the wrath of heaven will occur! To redeem , wage next : Big pseudo based solar-osmosis tandem w/ multiple side
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Delta Stewardship Council Jul 19
Let's hear it for the native aquatic plant species that provide benefits like habitat for native + stabilize shorelines across different habitats. 🦟🌿 Common plants include cattails, tules, bulrush, + mosquito fern. 🙌
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Caleb Mitchell Jul 20
Construction of the second ever subsurface gravel in NC to treat and control is complete. Watch it unfold on ! Many thanks to project sponsors and contractor: ⁩⁩⁩
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SAHARA Jul 20
The has as a ‘ of International Importance’ as a result of efforts of and its wetlands teams and the of His Highness Sheikh Dr Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, of the ,
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NEXT IAS Jul 20
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Martha Rojas Urrego 13h
Demonstrating it can be done. commits to help restore degraded habitats.
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Plant Ecology Jul 16
Fresh research in : Do dispersal traits of wetland plant species explain tolerance against isolation effects in naturally fragmented habitats? by Schöpke et al 2019 👉👈
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K🐟 Jul 16
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