SHARING NATURE WITH A CHILD
- Check-list of bony fish collected from the Upper Halda River, Chittagong, Bangladesh. Alam, Mohammed S.; Hossain, Mohammad S.; Monwar, Mohammad M.; Hoque, Mohammad E.; Taimur, Faiz M. // Aquaculture, Aquarium, Conservation & Legislation - Internationa;2013, Vol. 6 Issue 4, p333
The Halda River of Bangladesh gains its importance as natural spawning ground of major carp fishes. A check-list of bony fish in the Halda River was carried out. It appeared that the fish fauna in this river is dominated by the family of Cyprinidae (28.57 %) represented by 18 species, followed...
- Trim's Diary. Rivers, Sandi // HistoriCool Magazine;Aug/Sep2016, Issue 22, p36
No abstract available.
- The fate of an immigrant: Ensis directus in the eastern German Bight. Dannheim, Jennifer; Rumohr, Heye // Helgoland Marine Research;Sep2012, Vol. 66 Issue 3, p307
We studied Ensis directus in the subtidal (7-16 m depth) of the eastern German Bight. The jack-knife clam that invaded in the German Bight in 1978 has all characteristics of a successful immigrant: Ensis directus has a high reproductive capacity (juveniles, July 2001: Amrumbank 1,914 m,...
- Correction: Amassing Efforts against Alien Invasive Species in Europe. null, null // PLoS Biology;Feb2015, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p1
A correction to the article "Amassing Efforts Against Alien Invasive Species in Europe," republished on January 26, 2015 is presented.
- New Sloth. Eliot, John L. // National Geographic;Mar2006, Vol. 209 Issue 3, p20
The article focuses on the newly discovered pygmy three-toed sloth, photographed by Expeditions Council grantee Bill Hatcher on Isla Escudo de Veraguas off Panama. While scientists had believed sloths swam only in fresh water, Hatcher captured the new species in salt water in the mangroves....
- Seeking a "Little Person." Siobhan Roth // National Geographic;Mar2006, Vol. 209 Issue 3, p25
The article focuses on the possible existence of a species of bipedal primates in the mountains of Indonesia, which the locals call "orang pendek," or "little person." Expeditions Council grantee Peter Tse set 50 camera traps around Kerinci Seblat National Park in Sumatra to try to get a picture...
- Plateau to paddy fields in seven days. // New Zealand Doctor;6/30/2004, p18
Relates an expedition that completed the first human powered descent from the Mekong River in China.
- Letters to the Captain. Conklin, Geoffrey // Ash Breeze;Winter2003, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p20
Presents an article on a river expedition. Products purchased from the Island Park Lodge and Mack's Inn in Island Park, Idaho; Amount of time spent in travelling the Red Rock River.
- A Shaky Moment in Nepal's Buri Gandaki. Burbank, Jon // World & I;Jan2008, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p7
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience of traveling the Buri Gandaki river in Nepal.