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  • Correspondent Angie Crouch takes you back into the deep with the Ocean Defenders Alliance, which is now focusing on the waters off the old ... Dec. 10, 2010 Correspondent Angie Crouch takes you back into the deep with the Ocean Defenders Alliance, which is now ...
  • ... it stayed constant. My father went to the same office for forty years, and he sat next to people who were there just as long or longer. ... from photographer to creative director to teacher. And back again. In my head there is a square dance going on and I am constantly ...
  • There are news aggregators, but is there one for social causes? Yes there is, ... that void. [scald=23022:kl_image_original_context] Most news aggregators harvest the internet for topics you are interested in, and ... For instance, if a person is inspired to act by reading a news story, we think that the faster and easier we can make it for that ...
  • ... and a half feet — by 2100. As it turns out, that recent news might already be obsolete, and far too optimistic. In a presentation at ... there's a coastal estuary or creek we can count on the ocean growing new fingers to extend inland, with seawater flooding what had ...
  • Can California power itself from its 840 miles of ocean front? [scald=37754:kl_image_original_context]California's ocean ... the next election cycle has come around, and GreenWave is back in front of FERC again with a new application filed in September 2011. ...
  • ... adventures await!) passed away this past June at 91, is back in the news again, which is definitely a good thing because the author of, most ...
  • ... of research into the dynamic interaction between the ocean and the shore, and the critical role that rivers play in maintaining ... County offers a small, but important solution: pull back . Retreat from the beach, and as we withdraw tear out the fixed ...
  • ... the nation's offshore wind turbines: build a hole in the ocean , then let it fill up to generate electricity. Johan Vande Lanotte, ... the seagate would be opened to allow seawater to flow back into the reservoir, generating electricity as it flows. "The big ...
  • ... booms won't take enough plastic out of the ocean to be worth the effort, will almost certainly injure wildlife, and will ... to collect plastic -- or even spilling collected plastics back into the ocean . And then there's the issue of "biofouling," the ...
  • ... thinning overgrown stands of fir, suffered a debilitating back injury, and was left to cope without health care." These individuals and ... do not constitute the full chronological arc of this vast ocean's internationalization. Its launch, as a member of the audience pointed ...

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