Ocean Acidification Unleashes its Fury on West Coast! June 22, 2017

Ocean Acidification sensors in use on the west coast of the United States to monitor increasing pH levels and the destruction this has on sea life. Photo Courtesy: Oregon State University Greetings! Unfortunately, I have more sobering news for you with the subject of ocean acidification. Oregon State University researchers recently recorded some of the highest levels…

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21 Significant Scientific Associations Concur: Our Earth is Warming! June 6, 2017

This graph represents global temperature data from four international science agencies. Clearly, all show rapid warming in the last few decades. Additionally, the last decade has been the warmest on record. Data sources: NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies, NOAA National Climatic Data Center, Met Office Hadley Centre/Climatic Research Unit, and the Japanese Meteorological Agency.…

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Manatee Trivia (Part 5)! May 23, 2017

A Florida Manatee is navigating the St. Johns River and turning into Blue Spring State Park so it can enjoy the warm, balmy 72 degrees Fahrenheit water, which gushes out every day of the year. Greetings! OK – here’s my fifth installment for you all about some very cool manatee trivia. It’s worth repeating that…

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Snooty the Manatee turns 69 in July! May 19, 2017

Snooty the manatee was born on July 21,1948 at the old Miami Aquarium and Tackle Company. Then in1949, Snooty was transported over to Bradenton, Florida where he has been living in the Parker Aquarium at the South Florida Museum all of these years. Greetings! It’s always so awesome talking about my good buddy, Snooty the…

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Climate Change Continues Tightening its Global Grip! May 11, 2017

A canal with briny water in Bao Thuan Village, Vietnam. Climate change is increasing salt content of water in land located in South Vietnam. The most affected area is the Mekong River Delta, which is home to 17 million people. It produces around 50 percent of Vietnam’s rice harvest. This increase in salt now affects…

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Manatee Trivia (Part 4)! May 3, 2017

The subspecies of the West Indian Manatee includes the Florida Manatee and the Antillean Manatee. Greetings! OK – let’s continue manatee trivia with my fourth installment for you. It’s worth repeating that we manatees are very large marine mammals with two flippers and a body tapering down to a paddle-shaped tail. Here’s some more very…

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Manatee Trivia (Part 3)! April 21, 2017

Florida Manatees gathering in the balmy warm 72 degree Fahrenheit water temperature at Blue Spring State Park. Greetings! I thought it would be fun in continuing my manatee trivia for you. So here is the third installment. The feedback I’m getting is that you like the question and answer formant! It’s worth repeating that we manatees…

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Manatees May Soon Become Extinct in Belize? April 14, 2017

The West Indian Manatee Subspecies = The Florida Manatee + The Antillean Manatee Greetings! Today I’d like to talk about the recent downlisting of manatees from endangered to threatened. On March 31, 2017, The US Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) re-classified the West Indian Manatee from “endangered” to “threatened.” The manatee has been listed as…

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Manatee Trivia (Part 2)! April 6, 2017

The Florida Manatee Greetings! I thought it would be fun in continuing my manatee trivia for you. So here is the second installment. You’ll definitely impress your friends and family with your newfound manatee knowledge! Once again, manatees are very large marine mammals with two flippers and a body tapering down to a paddle-shaped tail.…

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