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40 Years after #Jaws, UN says Sharks Need Protection & Makeover


40 Years after #Jaws, UN says Sharks Need Protection & Makeover
From Diplomat Artist Buzz & Animal Welfare Ambassadors – Happy July 4th!
http://diplomatartist.com/40-years-after-jaws-un-says-sharks-need-protection-makeover/

Jellyfish

So, around this time of year I get excited because jellyfish turn up in our waters. Also after watching the moon jellies being feed on a live stream from the Aquarium of the Pacific it was time for a jelly fish blog. 230 kata lagi

Marine Biology

David Walker: Lots to Do, Lots to Learn (Days 1-2), June 26, 2015

NOAA Teacher at Sea
David Walker
Aboard NOAA Ship Oregon II
June 24 – July 9, 2015

Mission: SEAMAP Bottomfish Survey
Geographical Area of Cruise: 1.538 kata lagi

NOAA Teacher At Sea

Circle Packing

Some old test about circle packing with Daniel Piker’s Kangaroo 2.

Equal distance is kept between each circle and its neighbours, resulting in a equalized grid of nodes and bars. 13 kata lagi

Grasshopper3d

David Walker: Introduction, June 22, 2015

NOAA Teacher at Sea
David Walker
Anticipating Departure on NOAA Ship Oregon II
June 24 – July 9, 2015

Mission: SEAMAP Bottomfish Survey
Geographical Area of Cruise: 1.242 kata lagi

NOAA Teacher At Sea

Nitrogen fixation in the open ocean?

On land, possible fixation of nitrogen by bacteria on leaves, has been discussed; see summation reference below.

In open ocean, far from land, upwelling, and currents, might any (?) bacteria with nitrogenase, enzyme in association with plankton’s surface, allow for significant nitrogen fixation? 48 kata lagi

Letters From Ionia