Monthly Archives: January 2011

A Visit with an Ancient Tree

“Are you really 1100 years old?” she asked the Oak, her eyes wide with the wonder of it.  Yes, whispered the tree. It is true. “Oh please then, tell me what you’ve seen.” And she sat on the sun-dappled earth, … Continue reading

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Golfo Dulce data on OBIS SEAMAP

As you know, I recently attended the American Cetacean Society Conference in California. There Dr. Pat Halpin succinctly stated, “Effective marine spatial planning requires accurate, detailed and accessible information on marine life.”  Indeed, collecting and publishing such information was the exact goal of … Continue reading

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