POD 100 mounting pedestal for PWS wind protection shields, 1m
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|70.035.020.1.2||PWS 100 wind protection shield (1m), Alter type||Usually ships in 1-2 weeks|
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This year land dwellers everywhere can catch some crisp, detailed images of a rarely seen deep-sea jellyfish, Deepstaria enigmatica , with nothing more than an internet connection. City University of New York (CUNY) professor Dr. David Gruber and a research team caught their surprise encounter with the Deepstaria off the coast of Mexico with the help of a specially designed underwater camera.
“We were not looking for Deepstaria enigmatica . Deepstaria enigmatica found us!” exclaims Dr. Gruber. “On most deep-sea explorations, we are usually the first people to view the dark, submerged seascapes. Our planet is 71% covered by oceans, that's, on average, over 12,000 feet deep.Read More
Winner of a 5 th National Gold Medal Award for Excellence in the Field of Park and Recreation Management, Cleveland Metroparks is known for its 23,000 acres that include eighteen reservations, hundreds of miles of trails, eight golf courses, two lakefront parks and a zoo. While much effort has been put into conserving pristine natural areas, a lot of work has also gone into improving the nexus of animal and human habitats. Cleveland Metroparks (CMP) manages thousands of acres of wetlands, streams and forests in an effort to protect urban watersheds and maintain the buffer between human and wildlife dwellings.Read More
The National Park Service (NPS) has been fighting an invasion for more than 20 years: the invasion of Yellowstone Lake by lake trout. This invasive species has been hurting the lake's ecosystem, threatening the survival of native species such as Yellowstone cutthroat trout and the overall health of the lake . As lake trout outcompete the easier-to-catch cutthroat trout, bird populations surrounding the lake diminish, and even grizzly bears in the area resort to other food supplies.
The lake trout is a wily predator, sometimes consuming young cutthroat trout. However, it's also a cunning prey animal; it's difficult for other predators to catch lake trout, in large part because they spend most of their lives in deep, murky waters.Read More