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Daily American Sunday EditorAs state and federal funding sources for nonprofits dry up, groups like Natural Biodiversity are finding themselves in an evolve or go extinct situation. "Unfortunately, the change in administration has led to the state cutting back environmental...
Update: Researchers from the Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center initially misidentified the whale the washed ashore in Norfolk on Sunday. It is a fin whale, not a sei whale, Joan Barns, an aquarium spokeswoman, said Tuesday. NORFOLK —...
An article in Physorg.com this week reported that a team of scientists from Japan and Russia believe that they may be able to produce a living woolly mammoth within the next five years by a cloning process. Key to their research will be finding an...
Los Angeles TimesSean Collins, an avid surfer and entrepreneur whose self-taught ability to forecast ocean swells changed the way surfers worldwide chase the perfect wave, died Monday after suffering a heart attack while playing tennis in Newport Beach. He was 59. The...
Culture MonsterThe Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County says that 'Becoming Los Angeles,' a new exhibit on the region's history and ecology, will open in December. It's part of a gradual, $135-million makeover of the Exposition Park museum....
Beach Beat - Orlando SentinelThis weekend offers some fun beach events, even if the swimming and tanning won't be as good. A long-running favorite among locals, the Tommy Tant Surf Memorial Classic will be held Saturday and Sunday at the Flagler Beach Pier. More than a decade ago,...
Beach Beat - Orlando SentinelThe Marine Science Center, the Volusia County center with environmental exhibits, sea turtle and sea bird rehabilitation, will close to the public from Jan. 24 to 29, as part of the installation of new exhibits. A new exhibit and aquariums on the...
Q13 FOX News OnlineScientists in Tacoma are piecing together the bones of a gray whale for marine biology students to study. The multi-step process is almost ready for display. The process has included bleaching and piecing the bones back together. Rus Higley with...
Daily American Sunday EditorNatural Biodiversity is hoping to finish a strong year of environmental and community education efforts with their annual fundraising dinner and membership drive on Oct. 12. The Johnstown-based nonprofit’s event will include a locally-produced...
Tags: Auction Service, Sage, Conservation, Ecosystems, Nature
FOX 5 San Diego StaffIf you`re wondering why the ocean has a red tint to it or why it`s glowing in the dark, you`re not alone. The phenomenon known as a 'red tide' is taking place off our shores right now and people are lining up on our beaches to see it. The phytoplankton...
Tags: Bodies of Water, KSWB, Oceans, Science
Baltimore Sun reporterGeorge Samuel Alspach Jr., who taught marine biology at what is now McDaniel College for four decades, died June 30 of complications from pneumonia at Carroll Hospital Center. The longtime Taylorsville resident was 71. The son of an insurance company...
Daily American InternAn invasive insect species known as the Asian Longhorned Beetle (ALB) could pose a threat to Pennsylvania’s forests. As a result, volunteers are being called to help monitor Johnstown for any signs of the foreign critters. Natural Biodiversity, a...
Tags: Massachusetts, Conservation, New Jersey, Connecticut, Illinois
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