February 28, 2002

Amphibian Decline – New Species

Scientists are discovering new species of amphibians worldwide while the global populations of these creatures dwindle.

February 27, 2002

Amphibian Decline – Habitat Loss

Proliferation of human habitat has significantly contributed to the decline of amphibian populations.

February 26, 2002

Earthquakes & Pipelines – The Test

Scientists have simulated movements of earthquakes and landslides in a laboratory environment.

February 25, 2002

Earthquakes & Pipelines – Pipeline Bends

Researchers work to understand how pipelines are impacted during the extreme forces of an earthquake.

February 22, 2002

Earthquakes & Pipelines – Soil Liquefaction

Underground pipelines are vulnerable to the geological changes that occur during earthquakes.

February 21, 2002

Aging Whales: Underwater Advantage

Life underwater may be the fountain of youth for Bowhead whales.

February 20, 2002

Aging Whales: Amino Acids

Different types of amino acids give new clues to researchers studying the longevity of whales.

February 19, 2002

Aging Whales: Evidence of Age

Marine researchers now have evidence that Bowhead whales may be the longest living mammals on earth.

February 18, 2002

Kincentric Ecology – Breath

All of nature shares the same breath, so believe the Raramuri peoples of Mexico.

February 15, 2002

Kincentric Ecology – Language

The language of the Raramuri people is interwoven with the elements of nature.

February 14, 2002

Kincentric Ecology – Family

All of nature is kindred to the people of the Raramuri culture in Mexico.

February 13, 2002

Bears: Birthing

For bears in hibernation, giving birth and nursing newborns is a slumberous activity.

February 12, 2002

Bears: Slowing Down

Bears have unique mechanisms for self-preservation during their months of hibernation.

February 11, 2002

Skating Canal: Winter Beauty

The Rideau Canal in Ottawa offers skating enthusiasts miles to glide while enjoying the beauty of winter.

February 8, 2002

Skating Canal: Winter Tradition

A skating canal in Ontario has become a national symbol of winter in Canada.

February 7, 2002

Soil Litter – Unidentified Species

Biology’s latest frontier is as close as your own backyard.

February 6, 2002

Soil Litter – The Food Web

There’s a dense population under our feet that sustains life for us above the ground.

February 5, 2002

Soil Litter – Soil As Living Skin

Soil is bio-dynamic: it has the capacity to filter pollutants and transform elements into organic matter.

February 4, 2002

Soil Litter – Temperate Zones

Climatic variances and geological history determine the biological make-up of soil.

February 1, 2002

Egg Hatchery: The Ultimate Egg Timer

When it comes to fulfilling orders for a hatchery, you’d better be able to count your chickens before they’re hatched.