1. Alaska The Nutrient Cycle

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    Once they enter fresh water chum salmon stop feeding and morph into an aggressive creature intent only on mating. After spawning, they die and their bodies become a source of nutrients for everything in the forest and sea. Very special thanks to Lynn Schooler, who without I could not have made this short. Special thanks to Richard Nelson, Hank Lentfer, Riley Woodford and Henk Meeuwsen for providing additional sounds. To Lynn & Michio, whose stories and adventures inspired me to come to Alaska. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- UPDATE - Shot over the course of three weeks with a Canon 5d and a GoPro. Music: Smetana - Má Vlast (The Moldau) and Górecki - Symphony No. 3: Il Lento E Largo

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    • Indoor Gardens Akron

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      Revised spot. Added Phone Number to end slate and "Open November 2010"

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      • Bay 101: Algae Blooms

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        What is an algae bloom and how does it form? Charlie Poukish from the Maryland Department of the Environment explains what fuels algae blooms and how they can spell trouble for underwater life. Learn more at www.chesapeakebay.net. Produced by Steve Droter Music: "A Moment of Jazz" by Ancelin

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        • Bay 101: Fish Kills

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          Decomposing algae blooms can suck oxygen out of the water, suffocating marine life and causing fish kills. In this follow-up to Bay 101: Algae Blooms, Charlie Poukish from the Maryland Department of the Environment documents a fish kill and explains how actions on land can affect life in the water. Learn more at www.chesapeakebay.net. Produced by Steve Droter Music: "A Moment of Jazz" by Ancelin

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          • About PotashCorp - A Brief Overview of Our Company and its Nutrients

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            In this brief introduction to PotashCorp, we discuss the fertilizers we produce, our role in global food production, and our potash operations in Canada as well as our strategic investments worldwide.

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            • Glyconutrients - 8 Vital Sugars you likely are not eating!

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              What would life be like if your body actually functioned properly? Imagine your immune system recognizing the bad guys and destroying them instead of missing them and letting viruses, bacteria, parasites, cells gone bad and other disfunctions take over your body. If you are not eating all 8 essential to health, Glyconutrients, your immune system likely is suffering and you can expect a lower quality of life as you age. Doesn't it make sense to make sure your body gets what it needs each day? Do you wow your doctor after a physical, EKG, ultrasound of arteries on your neck and full blood test? Do people think you are younger than you are? FREE 30 minute consultation: call 1.888.288.2754 USA Mainland or 1.808.393.8787 Hawaii & International

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              • Bay 101: Healthy Forests

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                Healthy forests clean our air and water, support industries and economies, and provide us with a place to relax. Craig Highfield, Forestry for the Bay Program Manager, explains how a healthy forest works and why they are so important to the Chesapeake Bay watershed. Learn more at www.chesapeakebay.net. Produced by Matt Rath Music: "A Moment of Jazz" by Ancelin

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                • Bay 101: Wastewater Treatment

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                  Old wastewater treatment plants can contribute nitrogen and phosphorous to the Chesapeake Bay, but plants across the watershed are being upgraded. Alan Quimby from the Queen Anne’s County (Md.) Department of Public Works explains how these upgrades will help the Bay. Learn more at www.chesapeakebay.net. Produced by Matt Rath Music: "A Moment of Jazz" by Ancelin

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                  • From the Field: Monitoring water quality in the Chesapeake Bay

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                    August 2012: Scientists from Maryland Department of Natural Resources and University of Maryland's Chesapeake Biological Laboratory show us key methods for tracking nutrient levels and determining the health of the Chesapeake Bay. Produced by Steve Droter Music: "Room with a View" by Jahzzar

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                    • How Dirt Works Overview

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                      Soil sustains plant and animal life, regulates water, filters pollutants, cycles nutrients and supports structures. For the standards-aligned lessons plan that accompanies this video, go to https://www.natureworkseverywhere.org/#resources/5277e766ac3932820657f691 and https://www.natureworkseverywhere.org/#resources/535ac948c4b7761540c469f3

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