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Just a short clip of the portion of the Bruce Trail which lead into the Mountainview Conservation Area; near Grimsby, Ontario, Canada. This was one of the easier parts of the trail this time of year as it was flat... the others were icy, muddy and slippery as well so with our footwear(basic hikers and runners). We camped out along the trail, then continued on the next day. Great hike over all, just cold for the end of March.
rollin' bison, visit http://www.mtnviewconservation.org/
This clip is from a hike I did at Mountainview Conservation Area in Grimsby Ontario on October 18, 2015. I loved this trail and thought it was so neat with all the rock in it !Please check out more on this adventure and others on my blog at CamperChristina.com !
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This presentation was recorded at #H2OWorld 2017 in Mountain View, CA. Enjoy the slides: https://www.slideshare.net/0xdata/wildbook-crowdsourcing-computer-vision-and-data-science-for-conservation. Learn more about H2O.ai: https://www.h2o.ai/. Follow @h2oai: https://twitter.com/h2oai. - - - Dr. Tanya Berger-Wolf is a Professor of Computer Science at the University of Illinois at Chicago, where she heads the Computational Population Biology Lab. As a computational ecologist, her research is at the unique intersection of computer science, wildlife biology, and social sciences. Berger-Wolf is also a co-founder of the conservation software non-profit Wildbook, which enables wildlife research and conservation from crowdsourced photographs with computer vision and AI. Berger-Wolf holds a P...
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A family near Jackson, Tennessee changed its farming strategies to allow the kind of land management that creates habitat for wildlife.
Here's a speedpaint of a commission I did under the Naturama Project! It's a pretty great project and all of the proceeds go to support wildlife and conservation, so you should definitely check out their website: http://naturama-projekt.org/en/naturama.php
A recent video created by Daniel O'Neill on his first expedition to Iwokrama Forest with Operation Wallacea conducting conservation research. Video rights and credits: Daniel O'Neill 'Way Up High' by Helen Jane Long - Under license from audionetwork.com
David Lamfrom, Director of the National Parks Conservation Association’s California Desert and National Wildlife Programs, visited Google’s office in Mountain View, CA to discuss the ongoing conservation work in California’s deserts. The designation of Sand to Snow, Mojave Trails, and Castle Mountains as National Monuments is regarded as one of the most significant conservation acts in modern US history. This action has connected iconic National Park lands, including Joshua Tree and the Mojave National Preserve, to interstitial mountain ranges and drainages, providing large-scale ecological sanctuary for both plants and animals. Using photography, David discusses the extreme conditions that make these lands both unique and important to US natural history.
Jean Piaget used the three mountains task to test whether children were egocentric. Egocentric children assume that other people will see the same view of the three mountains as they do. According to Piaget, at age 7 thinking is no longer egocentric, as the child can see more than their own point of view. Demonstration at UMES PSYC 100 (2013).
Catherine Von Burg discusses creating electricity access beyond transmission lines. For more videos go to www.womencleantechsustainability.org WCS Talks 2016 was held on November 5th, 2016 in Mountain View, CA and hosted by Google.
NEXTracker's Emily Leung discusses riding the "solar coaster" and the mentors who've supported her career. For more videos go to www.womencleantechsustainability.org WCS Talks 2016 was held on November 5th, 2016 in Mountain View, CA and hosted by Google.