1. Corpus


    from Connie Diletti Added

    CORPUS chronicles Connie Diletti's journey across North America as she visits many of the fascinating people, places and facilities involved in non-traditional afterlife services. Highlighted…

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    • Brave New Ocean


      from Applied Biodiversity Science Added 170 3 1

      Presented by Dr. Jeremy Jackson, Professor of Oceanography, Scripps Institution of Oceanography & Director, Center for Marine Biodiversity Conservation, on November 9, 2010 at Texas A&M University. Human…

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      • Reefs at Risk Revisited Launch, Washington, D.C.


        from World Resources Institute Added 363 0 0

        Reefs at Risk Revisited is released in Washington, DC on February 23, 2011. To learn more, or to download the report visit: http://www.wri.org/reefs

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        • What We Fish For


          from Fish Navy Films Added 596 4 0

          What We Fish For is a rare chance to go eyeball to eyeball with the fish we love in their own world. Join four friends as they each follow their hearts to come to terms with what drives them to go…

        • Darwin and the 'reef problem' in the XXI century


          from climateshifts Added 91 0 0

          Dr Roberto Iglesias Prieto, Heron Island Research Station, 19th May 2009 (www.gefcoral.org - video by Ove Hoegh-Guldberg)

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          • Angel Island Indonesia 2013 and snorkeling around the island


            from Harry Juselius Added 404 2 0

            Join me to Angel Island Resort Indonesia 2013 flight from Bali to Labuan Bajo town is located at the western end of Flores in the Nusa Tenggara region of east Indonesia. Awesome small Island and great…

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            • Climate change, Oceanic Sovereignties and Maritime Economies in the Pacific


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              By Edvard Hviding Monday, February 13th In the 21st century, Pacific views of the great ocean as generative and supportive of regionally specific ways of human existence are challenged as the tables…

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              • Joshua Drew presents "Life Aquatic": How collections preserve biodiversity in coral reefs


                from ChemHeritage Added 134 2 0

                Joshua Drew (@Drew_Lab) is a lecturer in conservation biology and the administrator of the M.A. in Conservation Biology program at Columbia University. His work focuses on the biogeography, evolution,…

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