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The Amazon River Dolphin | #1: The Pink Dolphin
References Donaher, S. (2020, March 18). Animals you’ve never heard of. Retrieved January 17, 2022, from https://sites.psu.edu/shanetheman/2020/03/18/amazon-river-dolphin-inia-geoffrensis/ OBIS SEAMAP. (n.d.). Amazon River Dolphin – Inia geoffrensis. Retrieved January 17, 2022, from https://seamap.env.duke.edu/species/180407/html Podos, J., Da Silva, V. M., & Rossi-Santos, M. R. (2002). Vocalizations of amazon river dolphins, inia geoffrensis: Insights into the evolutionary originsContinue reading “The Amazon River Dolphin | #1: The Pink Dolphin”
Dr. Amanda Vincent | Interview Teaser
Erich Hoyt | Interview Teaser
Teaser for the Tide Talks interview with Erich Hoyt. The complete Tide Talks interview with Erich Hoyt is now available on the Tide Talks page.
Happy Shark Week!
Sharks are important ecologically as apex predators (as well as prey in some cases), and protecting sharks helps protect the ecosystems that they are a part of. Shark products, bycatch, debris, and many other factors all negatively impact sharks. Reducing seafood consumption, reducing waste, and educating yourself on the importance of sharks all help makeContinue reading “Happy Shark Week!”
Cleanup | Cancún, Mexico
For this cleanup, we took to the shores of Cancún, Mexico.
Cleanup | Times Square, New York City
In this New Year’s Day cleanup, we took to the streets of Times Square in New York City.
Coming Soon to Turning the Tide
Cleanup | Key Biscayne, Miami
For this cleanup, we took to the beaches of Key Biscayne in Miami, Florida.
Marvel Optics National Scholarship Contest Entry
In our film entry to the Marvel Optics National Scholarship Contest, we examine the importance of vision in attaining environmental justice.