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U.S. Global Change Research Information Office
The last blackfly was seen three years later, in ...
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Pendant Lighting - Legacy Vintage
STORE HOW TO BUY TOP SELLERS TV & FILM DIRECTIONS & HOURS CONTACT PENDANT LIGHTING From early Whale oil lamps to 1950's lighting, Legacy has collected fixtures to suit a wide variety of ...
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EIA - Energy Information Sheets Index: Crude Oil Production
Extracting oil (or “bitumen”) from oil/tar sand and oil shale deposits requires mining the sand or shale and heating it in ... and crude oil production expanded slowly to supply mostly lubricants and kerosene for use in lamps to replace whale oil. Production began to accelerate in the late 1800’s as crude oil refineries produced ...
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The Northern Right Whale
COMMON NAMES: Northern right whale.(4) Also, North Atlantic right whale and black right whale SCIENTIFIC NAME: Eubalaena glacialis, family Balaenidae (baleen whales) HISTORIC RANGE ... winter months. BACKGROUND: Commercial harvest of the right whale for its oil and baleen was a profitable industry for over 800 years. The oil was used in lamps, and more recently ...
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Ocean Alliance - WHALE GALLERY
Genevieve Johnson June 8, 2001 The Dive Cycle of the Sperm Whale While the whale is at the surface, it recovers for about 10 to ... & Genevieve Johnson June 6, 2001 The Diving Physiology of the Sperm Whale In order to exploit the food sources of deeper waters, whales ... a hydrophone array (two underwater microphones housed in a 30 foot, oil-filled tube and towed behind the ship from a 100 meter-long ...
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Ocean Alliance - EDUCATION - Whale Education Kit
Humans have introduced chemicals such as dioxins ... sea floor. One student is the whale and the other is a shrimp. The whale calls in a deep voice, "whale," and the shrimp must answer ... call back in the same or softer tones than the whale is using. The whale tries to tag the shrimp. When tagged, two more ...
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SoundNet - Whale fall
Strömstad, Sweden, has been fortunate enough to sink a whale near his lab. The whale falls that have been studied off the coast of ... the bone marrow. Although the bacteria are similar to those found in oil slicks, this sort of microbe has never been found in a ...
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David Suzuki Foundation: Coastal Oil and Gas
Contact Site Map Search What's New Healthy Oceans Sustainable Fisheries Wild Salmon Aquaculture Offshore Oil Drilling Current Protection Keeping the Moratorium Vision For The Future Take Action Take Action ... year people flock to the West Coast to take part in outdoor activities: sailing, kayaking, whale watching, and much more. The pristine nature of this area sustains vibrant industries such as ...
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San Diego Zoo's Animal Bytes: Whale
Human impact on whales Humans have hunted whales, mainly for their blubber (oil), for thousands of years. Present- ... have hunted whales for their meat, baleen, oil, and hides. Whale hunting, pollution, and human development along oceans and rivers have seriously impacted some whale populations. The good news is that not ...
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The Blue Whale
Under The Ice » Blue Whale Blue Whale The Blue Whale is what is known as a baleen whale, a mammal, that can ... whale and its calf migrating Blue whale once roamed the oceans in huge groups, until the beginning of the twentieth century, when they began to be hunted for bone, meat and oil ... at least two in the Southern Hemisphere. A Blue whale spouting through the blowhole Blue Whales are difficult to ...
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