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Postcards from FloridaWith gas prices at a record high, the Staycation concept is still alive and well for Floridians. So check out the Acqualina Resort's June Staycation Package, which offers 50 percent off one night of a stay of three or more nights, Sunday through Thursday,...
COSTA MESA — When Tom Garrison left the Navy, he had to decide between becoming a physician, or a teacher. After teaching marine science at Orange Coast College over 42 years, Garrison is preparing to end his career right where it started without...
I experienced my coolest fieldtrip ever in the spring of 1956. I was enrolled in Mr. Gilbert's sixth-grade class at the Lindbergh School at Orange Avenue and 23rd Street in Costa Mesa. Gilbert's class visited the white cliffs of … Dover? No, it...
"The last fallen mahogany would lie perceptibly on the landscape, and the last black rhino would be obvious in its loneliness, but a marine species may disappear beneath the waves unobserved and the sea would seem to roll on the same as always." —&...
Textbook company official: âWe teach evolution, and we teach it to the Sunshine State standards.âSentinel School Zone - Orlando SentinelThe criticized “sidebar” passages in a marine science textbook proposed for Florida high schools were meant to be a “critical thinking exercise for students” and not a way to undermine the teaching of evolution, said a vice...
Beach Beat - Orlando SentinelA new touch tank featuring stingrays opened to the public this week at Volusia County's Marine Science Center. The 13-foot-long, 1,400-gallon pool has cownose rays and Atlantic stingrays, Atlantic spadefish,Â horseshoe crabs, anemones, sea urchins, and...
Beach Beat - Orlando SentinelThis Saturday is the 9th annual Turtle Day at the Marine Science Center in Volusia County. Turtle Day festivities, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., include several family-friendly exhibits and activities at the Center, located in Ponce Inlet, south of Daytona...
Beach Beat - Orlando SentinelThe Marine Science CenterÂ in Ponce Inlet will hold its sixth annual Bird Fest on Saturday. Visitors can learn about bird migration, watch a free-flying raptor demonstration, and witness the release of rehabilitated sea birds and a sea turtle. The event...
Animal Crazy - Orlando SentinelReptile & Amphibian Ecology International, a nonprofit conservation ecology organization, has announced a program that puts used cameras and other equipment to work for promoting the science and art of biodiversity. Through the program, RAEI accepts...
Beach Beat - Orlando SentinelMost days, you can find Jim Longstreet at the Marine Science Center in Ponce Inlet, volunteering his time to help the sea turtle rehab and the seabird rehab programs. “Retirement is great.Â I paddle my kayak to work,Â I am doing something I lo...
FOX 5 San Diego StaffResearchers from Scripps Institution of Oceanography say a Texas-sized garbage patch in the Pacific Ocean may be killing marine life and birds that are ingesting the trash. Scientists on Thursday announced findings from an August expedition to the...
Tags: Science and Technology, Oceans, Science, Bodies of Water, Death
FOX 5 Reporter"An El Nino basically is where there is a warming of the sea surface temperatures in the equatorial Pacific," said Stefanie Sullivan, meteorologist intern with the National Weather Service. "Winds that move across the equator weaken and so that warm water...
Tags: Science and Technology, Productivity, Weather, Oceans, Biology
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