Monthly Archives: August 2015

Link Blog – August 31, 2015

Nature Watch: Rattled by the sounds animals make at night | lehighvalley live.com 083015 Arlene Koch: “One day last week my husband David and I drove to Lansdale to visit a bakery we’d heard about. Normally, buying baked goods in … Continue reading

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Link Blog – August 29, 2015

Couple’s journey of love and adventure leads them to dock in Duluth | Duluth News Tribune 082915 Oney’s boat is registered in Delaware, and other cruisers in New York marvelled at how far they had come.“Ah, no, we came all … Continue reading

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Link Blog – August 28, 2015

Little Miami Scenic Trail The Little Miami Scenic Trail is part of an 80-mile trail network that extends from eastern Cincinnati to Buck Creek State Park near Springfield. | The dream of a hike/bike trail between Xenia and Yellow Springs … Continue reading

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Stone Laboratory: Assessing Lake Erie’s Algal Bloom

One of the news stories references “an annual two-day science and environmental writers’ gathering” held this week at the Stone Lab. I’ve searched for more information about this meeting and how to attend it, but haven’t found any ready answers. As my Lake Erie writing project develops, I’d like to plan to attend this meeting in the future. If any reader has details, please let me know. Continue reading

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Link Blog – August 26, 2015

Animal migration tracking: how did we get to bee backpacks? | Alphr 082615 [A good overview of the history of animal tracking technology, with links] “Tiny bee backpacks… These microsensors have been glued to the backs of 10,000 honey bees … Continue reading

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