Although this is marketing a software product - it offers an
amazing way of visually conceptualising a habitat in 4D - Hence its posting on this site.
The River Project
Chris Anderson of The River Project dives in the Pier 42
piling field at Leroy St. in Manhattan. He is doing a biodiversity and habitat assessment of the area and checking
piling integrity for supporting the weight of a solar-powered fish-attracting device. UNEXPECTEDLY he found 15-20
LIVE OYSTERS congregating on the substrate in about 3 square meters! The dive was an hour long at high slack tide
and visibility went from 24 inches at the beginning to 12 inches at the end of the dive. Current increased as
A Seminar with
Taylor Ricketts: "Putting Ecosystem Services on the Map"
An interesting seminar by Taylor Ricketts
Ph.D - Director of the Conservation Science Program for the WWF
Ecology Interactions Unit Part
I , II & III of III
Here are three videos as a bit of Fun for
all ages and a reminder of what many of us may have forgotten.