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Biscayne Bay Aquatic Preserves Continues "Bayologist" Camp


MIAMI – Biscayne Bay Aquatic Preserves’ five-day “Bayologist” camp teaches children the importance of the bay to plant and animal inhabitants. Through classroom and field activities and on-the-water experiences, children learn about Biscayne Bay’s unique ecosystems, species identification and the importance of clean water conditions. 226 more words


More evidence for groundwater on Mars

Scientists investigated the Equatorial Layered Deposits (ELDs) of Arabia Terra in Firsoff crater area, Mars, to understand their formation and potential habitability. On the plateau, ELDs consist of rare mounds, flat-lying deposits, and cross-bedded dune fields. 383 more words


Sharing the path

While everyone else is stressing about much snow, we’re getting rain—lots of it. March has been as rainy and wet here in the Lower Mainland as February was dry. 63 more words

British Columbia

Life Giving Water

Water quality is a good predictor of human health. When the water is good, life is good and when the water is bad, you get sick people and sick environment. 120 more words

Food For Thought

Riwaka Resurgence

Over in Motueka decided to head up into the hills to the Riwaka Resurgence, whats meant to be some of the purest, clearest water in NZ. 81 more words


Simple Beauty In Water

From this week’s New York Times Magazine, a collection of sublime photographs:

Toshio Shibata’s Mesmerizing Photographs of Water

Photographs by TOSHIO SHIBATA

The Japanese photographer finds sublime beauty in unlikely landscapes.


Creek Reflection

White Gum

Still in the Fitzroy Falls area, a small creek flowed into a beautiful pool which in the early morning light reflected this white barked eucalypt – gum tree as they are generally called.