World Ocean Video Trophic Cascade

I’m Peter Neal, director of the World Ocean Observatory. A trophic cascade is an ecological phenomenon triggered by the addition or removal of top predators and involving reciprocal changes in the relative populations of predator and prey through a food chain, which often results in dramatic changes in ecosystem structure and nutrient cycling. A recent […]

Forestry at Oregon State University

Having this forest adjacent to the university is a huge advantage. I don’t have to be behind a desk all the time. I can come out, take some data out in the field and go back in the office and crunch that data. My name’s Justin Thomas, I’m a Forest Engineering, Civil Engineering in the […]

More Growth = Collapse

Welcome to another episode of Scientists Warning TV with co-host Regina Valdez and myself Patrick Lincoln, coming live to you from the UN negotiations COP 25 in Spain, Madrid. Today’s guests: Amy Lewis who is the Vice-president of Policy and Communications for the Wild Foundation And Gert-Peter Bruch and Mindahi Bastida, who are the founding […]

A planetary computer for Earth

Imagine if we had a planetary computer that could tell us exactly what we needed to do to protect Planet Earth, a system that was capable of providing us information about every tree, every species, all of our natural resources. How could we use all that data [LUCAS JOPPA Chief Environmental Officer, Microsoft] to build […]

Phrase of the Week – A drop in the ocean

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