Green Scene – Cycads

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Airing On Sunday
July 10th 2016

8:00 pm eastern, 7:00 pm central and 5:00 pm pacific

Cycads will be the Topic of Discussion on Natures Talk Show Green Scene. Cycads are a palmlike plant of tropical and subtropical regions, bearing large male or female cones. Cycads were abundant during the Triassic and Jurassic eras, but have since been in decline. Tune into this very intereting discussion with Ken McKeighen and Ken Boorman.

 

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Crinoids – Fine Art of Paleontology

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Crinoids are unusually beautiful and graceful members of the phylumEchinodermata. This is the phylum that brings you starfish, sea urchins, and sand dollars. The crinoids are a breed apart however, they resemble an underwater flower. Some even have parts that look and act like roots anchoring them to the ocean floor. They are commonly called sea lilies. Their graceful stalks can be meters long. Other varieties have no stalks or root like parts. They are commonly known as feather stars. Unlike the sea lilies the feather stars can move about on tiny hook like structures called cirri.

Airing On Monday
June 20th 2016

10:00 am eastern, 9:00 am central and 7:00 am pacific

 

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Paleontology – Early Paleontologists: Cope & Marsh

Paleontology – Early Paleontologists: Cope & Marsh
Fine Art of Paleontology continues with the early Paleontologists, Edward D. Cope and Othniel C. Marsh who were early pioneers in Paleontology. As the United States was recovering from the social and political turmoil of the Civil War, a rivalry emerged in the nascent field of American Paleontology. Othniel Charles Marsh and Edward Drinker Cope, former friends turned competing paleontologists, began scouring the American West for prehistoric fossil deposits in the hopes of discovering unknown species from the past. While the two scientists came from different backgrounds, their common passion for paleontology and mutual disdain for each other fueled their ambition, ultimately leading to the discovery of over a hundred new species in America. At the same time, their bitter rivalry damaged their reputations and left the two almost penniless at their deaths.
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Paleontology – Early Paleontologists: Cope & Marsh
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Paleontology – Early Paleontologists: Cope & Marsh

Paleontology – Early Paleontologists: Cope & Marsh
Fine Art of Paleontology continues with the early Paleontologists, Edward D. Cope and Othniel C. Marsh who were early pioneers in Paleontology. As the United States was recovering from the social and political turmoil of the Civil War, a rivalry emerged in the nascent field of American Paleontology. Othniel Charles Marsh and Edward Drinker Cope, former friends turned competing paleontologists, began scouring the American West for prehistoric fossil deposits in the hopes of discovering unknown species from the past. While the two scientists came from different backgrounds, their common passion for paleontology and mutual disdain for each other fueled their ambition, ultimately leading to the discovery of over a hundred new species in America. At the same time, their bitter rivalry damaged their reputations and left the two almost penniless at their deaths.
Source: zenolive
Paleontology – Early Paleontologists: Cope & Marsh
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Paleontology – Early Paleontologists: Cope & Marsh

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Paleontology – Early Paleontologists: Cope & Marsh
Fine Art of Paleontology continues with the early Paleontologists, Edward D. Cope and Othniel C. Marsh who were early pioneers in Paleontology. As the United States was recovering from the social and political turmoil of the Civil War, a rivalry emerged in the nascent field of American Paleontology. Othniel Charles Marsh and Edward Drinker Cope, former friends turned competing paleontologists, began scouring the American West for prehistoric fossil deposits in the hopes of discovering unknown species from the past. While the two scientists came from different backgrounds, their common passion for paleontology and mutual disdain for each other fueled their ambition, ultimately leading to the discovery of over a hundred new species in America. At the same time, their bitter rivalry damaged their reputations and left the two almost penniless at their deaths.
Source: zenolive
Paleontology – Early Paleontologists: Cope & Marsh
zenolive

Paleontology – Early Paleontologists: Cope & Marsh

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Paleontology – Early Paleontologists: Cope & Marsh
Fine Art of Paleontology continues with the early Paleontologists, Edward D. Cope and Othniel C. Marsh who were early pioneers in Paleontology. As the United States was recovering from the social and political turmoil of the Civil War, a rivalry emerged in the nascent field of American Paleontology. Othniel Charles Marsh and Edward Drinker Cope, former friends turned competing paleontologists, began scouring the American West for prehistoric fossil deposits in the hopes of discovering unknown species from the past. While the two scientists came from different backgrounds, their common passion for paleontology and mutual disdain for each other fueled their ambition, ultimately leading to the discovery of over a hundred new species in America. At the same time, their bitter rivalry damaged their reputations and left the two almost penniless at their deaths.
Source: zenolive
Paleontology – Early Paleontologists: Cope & Marsh
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Monsters of Nature ? Venomous Spiders in the Home

Monsters of Nature ? Venomous Spiders in the Home
Natures Talk Show Monsters of Nature series will be discussing the venomous house spiders such as Brown Recluse and Black Widow among many others. Everyone should tune in for this show as we discuss how to avoid being bitten and treatment if you do get bitten!!
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Monsters of Nature ? Venomous Spiders in the Home
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Monsters of Nature ? Venomous Spiders in the Home

Monsters of Nature ? Venomous Spiders in the Home
Natures Talk Show Monsters of Nature series will be discussing the venomous house spiders such as Brown Recluse and Black Widow among many others. Everyone should tune in for this show as we discuss how to avoid being bitten and treatment if you do get bitten!!
Source: zenolive
Monsters of Nature ? Venomous Spiders in the Home
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Monsters of Nature ? Venomous Spiders in the Home

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Monsters of Nature ? Venomous Spiders in the Home
Natures Talk Show Monsters of Nature series will be discussing the venomous house spiders such as Brown Recluse and Black Widow among many others. Everyone should tune in for this show as we discuss how to avoid being bitten and treatment if you do get bitten!!
Source: zenolive
Monsters of Nature ? Venomous Spiders in the Home
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Monsters of Nature ? Venomous Spiders in the Home

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Monsters of Nature ? Venomous Spiders in the Home
Natures Talk Show Monsters of Nature series will be discussing the venomous house spiders such as Brown Recluse and Black Widow among many others. Everyone should tune in for this show as we discuss how to avoid being bitten and treatment if you do get bitten!!
Source: zenolive
Monsters of Nature ? Venomous Spiders in the Home
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Fine Art of Paleontology – Early Paleontologists-Edward Drinker Cope and Othniel Charles Marsh

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Airing On Monday

August 22nd 2016

8:00 pm eastern, 7:00 pm central and 5:00 pm pacific

Fine Art of Paleontology continues with the early Paleontologists, Edward D. Cope and Othniel C. Marsh who were early pioneers in Paleontology. As the United States was recovering from the social and political turmoil of the Civil War, a rivalry emerged in the nascent field of American Paleontology. Othniel Charles Marsh and Edward Drinker Cope, former friends turned competing paleontologists, began scouring the American West for prehistoric fossil deposits in the hopes of discovering unknown species from the past. While the two scientists came from different backgrounds, their common passion for paleontology and mutual disdain for each other fueled their ambition, ultimately leading to the discovery of over a hundred new species in America. At the same time, their bitter rivalry damaged their reputations and left the two almost penniless at their deaths.

The term “paleontology” was coined just nine years before Othniel Charles Marsh’s birth October 29, 1831 on a farm in Lockport, New York. At the time, it might have seemed hard to predict Marsh’s future as one of America’s leading paleontologists. His mother died when he was three years old, and his father’s only ambition for his son was that he become a field hand on the family farm. Marsh showed interest in science as a boy, and with the encouragement and financial backing of his millionaire uncle George Peabody, he was able to escape the family’s farm, excelling first at Phillips Academy, and then at Yale, and later as a graduate student in Germany.

Read more here > http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/americanexperience/features/biography/dinosaur-rivalry/

 

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Monsters of Nature – Venomous Spiders in the Home

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Airing On Sunday
August 21st 2016

8:00 pm eastern, 7:00 pm central and 5:00 pm pacific

Natures Talk Show Monsters of Nature series will be discussing the venomous house spiders such as Brown Recluse and Black Widow among many others. Everyone should tune in for this show as we discuss how to avoid being bitten and treatment if you do get bitten!!

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