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Tidal Marsh Soil Elevation Short Story
In the tidal marshes at San Pablo Bay National Wildlife Refuge, research ecologist Karen Thorne, PhD and biologist Chase Freeman, from the USGS Western Ecological Research Center, study how quickly sediment accumulates in the marshland over time. They use a surface elevation table (SET), a device th...
Dr. Sajeemas "Mint" Pasakdee is a University of California Cooperative Extension master gardener. Her passion is studying the amazing microscopic world of the soil food web: the complex interaction of plants and animals that are the foundation of rich soil that healthy plants depend on. Special than...
Loren Poncia discovered the powers of carbon sequestration after partnering with the Marin Carbon Project a decade ago. After learning from the environmental stewardship program, Poncia has continued to implement carbon farming practices at Stemple Creek Ranch. Since incorporating compost at the ran...
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Owls CritterCam
Owls have the super power of tremendous vision, because their eyes have a special shape. Host Tracey Simmons explains. Video contributor: Paul Martin Host sequences were recorded at San Pedro Valley County Park in Pacifica, with special thanks to San Mateo County Parks Department. https://parks.smcg...
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Bobcat CritterCam
If you see a cat out in nature that has a really short tail and one white spot on each ear...it's a bobcat! Learn more with host Tracey Simmons. Video contributors: Paul Comish, Sonoma County Regional Parks Host sequences were recorded at San Pedro Valley County Park in Pacifica, with special thanks...
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Gray Fox CritterCam
Gray foxes are relatives of our familiar friend, the dog. But they live in the wild and have a special way of planting seeds that helps the environment. Learn more with host Tracey Simmons. Video contributor: Paul Comish Host sequences were recorded at San Pedro Valley County Park in Pacifica, with...

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