Reintroducing river timber for habitat and erosion control

So here we ‘ve got a log revetment project on the Carol’s Creek which is an anabranch of the Murray. We use large timber to help erosion control works to to stop erosion on the riverbanks. These logs came from a project down near Kundra and effectively helped us establish vegetation. Rather than use I […]

Harvesting Timber Near Streams and Rivers | Indiana DNR

You know there just isn’t much more relaxing than standing along the edge of a stream flowing through a forest. Hi I’m Sam Carman with the Indiana Division of Forestry and with me today is district forester James Potthoff. James, we’re in a forest here that’s been harvested recently, what did they do to protect […]

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The Green River on the Ashley National Forest in Utah

Hi, I’m Nanette Gale, I’m the river manager on the Ashley National Forest for the portion of the Green River that’s just below the Flaming Gorge dam. The Green River starts in southwest Wyoming, runs through the Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area in Utah, to Dinosaur National Monument, and continues through some of Utah’s most […]

Caving in a Leprechaun Forest – Epic Ireland

Dave, you okay? Hey everybody Dave here coming at you from Killarney again It is roadtrip time. We’re renting this minivan with five other vloggers and bloggers. We’re going to drive up towards Galway I think we’re doing caving today, Actually. Here is our crew. This is Crystal, say hi to YouTube Hi, Kaleigh Vrithi […]

There’s Something Very Fishy About These Trees … | Deep Look

This flower lives in a lush Alaskan meadow. But it’s survival depends on the deep ocean, hundreds of miles away. What could possibly bind the two together? These guys – chum salmon. As adults, they patrol the Pacific, gorging themselves and growing fat. But after a few years, The streams where they were born call […]

What Is Eutrophication | Agriculture | Biology | FuseSchool

Eutrophication is the process that can happen in a water body, like a river or a lake, when too many nutrients are added to the system. Eutrophication starts with fertilizers, which are rich in nutrients like nitrate and phosphate, are washed into the river or lake system. This leads to an increase in nutrient concentrations […]

Climate, Agriculture and the Challenges Ahead

Climate change is real. It may seem far away – a problem you can’t see or touch or feel every day. But it is happening — and it is global. To get an idea about what’s at stake — just look at your plate. Food is profoundly affected by climate change — from how it’s […]

The Largest Handwritten Family Tree in the World

(enlightening music) – [Narrator] The River Ganges in Haridwar, India, is a holy pilgrimage site for millions of Hindus and is visited by hundreds of thousands of people each year. (crowd cheering) It’s also home to the largest handwritten family tree in the world. (enlightening music) For centuries, a sect of priests known as Pandits […]

Martha Brae River in Montego Bay, Jamaica

Martha Brae River in Montego Bay, Jamaica The Martha Brae River in Jamaica got its name because it’s located in a village called Martha Brae. This village is on a 6-acre large horseshoe-shaped island. This village was built by early Spanish settlers who wanted to stay close to the river. Being close to the river […]