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The natural world. Looking pretty for 3.5b years.

Sunday, September 30, 2012

My Plan for the Future: Less Gas, Less Whining.

Dear fringe reactionaries complaining about the EPA’s new fuel standards, which will rise to 55 mpg by 2025, Stop whining. You’ll be fine. ...

Sunday, September 30, 2012

My Plan for the Future: Less Gas, Less Whining.

Dear fringe reactionaries complaining about the EPA’s new fuel standards, which will rise to 55 mpg by 2025, Stop whining. You’ll be fine. ...

Sunday, September 30, 2012

My Plan for the Future: Less Gas, Less Whining.

Dear fringe reactionaries complaining about the EPA’s new fuel standards, which will rise to 55 mpg by 2025, Stop whining. You’ll be fine. ...

Sunday, September 30, 2012

March of the Soldier Crabs

by Gary Ray, PhD Typically, we think of great migrations of wildebeests in East Africa, caribou in Alaska, or whales in the southern oceans but...

Sunday, September 30, 2012

March of the Soldier Crabs

by Gary Ray, PhD Typically, we think of great migrations of wildebeests in East Africa, caribou in Alaska, or whales in the southern oceans but...

Sunday, September 30, 2012

March of the Soldier Crabs

by Gary Ray, PhD Typically, we think of great migrations of wildebeests in East Africa, caribou in Alaska, or whales in the southern oceans but...

Saturday, September 29, 2012

Wolves Help Slow Climate Change

“Conservation must be done on a continental scale,” says Mary Ellen Hannibal in the New York Times. She’s talking about keeping wolves on the...

Saturday, September 29, 2012

Wolves Help Slow Climate Change

“Conservation must be done on a continental scale,” says Mary Ellen Hannibal in the New York Times. She’s talking about keeping wolves on the...

Saturday, September 29, 2012

Wolves Help Slow Climate Change

“Conservation must be done on a continental scale,” says Mary Ellen Hannibal in the New York Times. She’s talking about keeping wolves on the...
Low-cost Reforestation Monday, February 10, 20200

Low-cost Reforestation

Successful reforesation 'works with nature'.

Voyager Wakes Up Saturday, February 8, 20200

Voyager Wakes Up

Fire Mapping by Re-photography Friday, February 7, 20200

Fire Mapping by Re-photography

Australian fires mapped by Copernicus.

Turtle Tracking Wednesday, February 5, 20200

Turtle Tracking

Anyone can help turtle conservation.

Photogenic Mars Tuesday, February 4, 20200

Photogenic Mars

A phtographic mantra is, "location, location, location".
Arctic Greening Sunday, February 2, 20200

Arctic Greening

The Arctic is greening, and fast.

Docs at Sundance Saturday, February 1, 20200

Docs at Sundance

Global documentaries premiere at Sundance.

Robo Reptiles and Slither Bots Friday, January 31, 20200

Robo Reptiles and Slither Bots

Slither-bots for Mars.

Plant Trees Wednesday, January 29, 20200

Plant Trees

One doable climate change solution.

Eagle as Filmmaker Monday, January 27, 20200

Eagle as Filmmaker

Sea Eagle becomes a movie producer.

Luminescent Turtles & Young Explorers Sunday, January 26, 20200

Luminescent Turtles & Young Explorers

Biodiversity constantly surprises.

Where Buffaloes Once Roamed Friday, January 24, 20201

Where Buffaloes Once Roamed

The first wildlife restoration.

Drawing Fish Wednesday, January 22, 20200

Drawing Fish

James Prosek ponders fish.

Bobbing Boulders Tuesday, January 21, 20200

Bobbing Boulders

Building landforms is a continuous process.

Visualizing the Biosphere Monday, January 20, 20200

Visualizing the Biosphere

The Earth's fragility visualized.

A Stark Divide Saturday, January 18, 20200

A Stark Divide

Earth's brown, green, and blue colors.

North Pole, Mars Thursday, January 16, 20200

North Pole, Mars

New polar feature observed.

Fog Farmers Tuesday, January 14, 20200

Fog Farmers

Fog harvesters gather water.