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How Scientists Are Restoring The Great Barrier Reef | Travel + Leisure

How Scientists Are Restoring The Great Barrier Reef | Travel + Leisure

people come to the Great Barrier Reef and expect doomsday it has been publicized that the Great Barrier Reef is dead I assure you it’s definitely not dead however the Great Barrier Reef is under threat there are so many… Continue Reading

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Restoring a reef: A new hope for corals

Restoring a reef: A new hope for corals

These marine conservationists are on the hunt for spawning coral. They’re collecting coral gametes – the eggs and sperm – as part of an effort to breed and repopulate coral around the world. With coral reefs in decline globally due… Continue Reading

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A novel coral restoration concept – SECORE’s pilot project in Mexico (documentary)

A novel coral restoration concept – SECORE’s pilot project in Mexico (documentary)

My name is Anastazia Banaszak, and I’m a researcher here at the Reef Systems Academic Unit of the National Autonomous University of Mexico in Puerto Morelos. I’ve developed a coral reproduction and reef restoration project. This project is basically about… Continue Reading

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Did you know? Field Work: Isostatic Rebound in Wapusk National Park

Did you know? Field Work: Isostatic Rebound in Wapusk National Park

One interesting thing about the park is that in the last ice age it was covered by the Laurentide ice sheet and so the weight of the glacier actually depressed this ground below sea level and this was all under… Continue Reading

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Why a Half Degree Rise in Global Temperature Would Be Catastrophic

Why a Half Degree Rise in Global Temperature Would Be Catastrophic

Glaciers are melting, sea levels are rising, droughts are more frequent, extreme weather events more common– This is climate change in action, and you’ve heard it all before. But a major report just came out that looks at how close… Continue Reading

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The Rise of the Machines – Why Automation is Different this Time

The Rise of the Machines – Why Automation is Different this Time

How long do you think it will take before machines do your job better than you do? Automation used to mean big stupid machines doing repetitive work in factories. Today they can land aircraft, diagnose cancer and trade stocks. We… Continue Reading

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Vladimir Putin’s Rise To Power – Full Documentary [HD] #Advexon

Vladimir Putin’s Rise To Power – Full Documentary [HD] #Advexon

In the spring of 2012, Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin entered the Kremlin to start his third term as president of Russia. It had been a remarkable ascent. In just over 20 years, a journey from unemployed spy to modern day tsar.… Continue Reading

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The Rise of Samsung, Apple’s Secret Supplier

The Rise of Samsung, Apple’s Secret Supplier

This episode of Real Engineering is brought to you by Hover, get 10% off your next domain purchase using the code real engineering. In 2007, Steve Jobs introduced the original iPhone. One of the most innovative and revolutionary products of… Continue Reading

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How a Sick Chimp Led to a Global Pandemic: The Rise of HIV

How a Sick Chimp Led to a Global Pandemic: The Rise of HIV

Here at SciShow, we talk a lot about the fascinating, complicated, and often very weird stories of discovery and collaboration that led to the science we know today. But one of the strangest is something we haven’t covered in much… Continue Reading