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Death Near the Shoreline , Not Life on Land
Our understanding of when the very first animals started living on land is helped by identifying trace fossils—the tracks and trails left by ancient animals—in sedimentary rocks that were deposited on the continents.
Lake Hopatcong refilling to start Dec. 15
LAKE HOPATCONG, NJ – The New Jersey State Park Service will be refilling Lake Hopatcong beginning on Saturday, Dec. 15. Residents will notice some changes with outflow as a result of the refill.
NOAA Ship Thomas Jefferson tests drone use for shoreline mapping
NOAA’s Office of Coast Survey and the National Geodetic Survey (NGS) recently conducted operational tests of small unmanned aerial systems — or drones — on board NOAA Ship Thomas Jefferson in support of survey operations conducted along the south coast of Puerto Rico. The tests show the potential of
Living Storm Protections : Part I
How Did Hurricane Florence and Tropical Storm Michael Impact Living Shorelines?. Living shorelines are a suite of shoreline stabilization techniques that use live components such as marsh plants or oyster reefs, either independently or in combination with hard structures like rock sills. According t
Remembering Otis Redding On December 10th
Living less than 70 of my footsteps to the shoreline Lake Monona means Dec. 10th is always noted. In 1967 Otis Redding was killed in a plane crash. The plane carrying Redding and his band crashed into icy waters near Madison. Just four miles from their destination at Madison’s Truax Field.
The Ones : Best Rap Songs of the Week From Yung Baby Tate , DaBoii , Peewee Longway , Shoreline Mafia , and UnoTheActivist
With artists releasing songs at a fast and furious pace it’s difficult for the average hip-hop head to keep track of it all—no matter how tapped in they are. That’s why every Monday through Friday the Levels team highlights their must-hear tracks with The Ones. This is our weekly roundup of the song
Celebrate a New Year with Free Hikes at Washington State Parks
Another year, another chance to enjoy fee-free entry and guided First Day Hikes at Washington State Parks. This January 1, all state parks will be offering free parking, while 36 parks across the state will be hosting guided First Day Hikes led by knowledgeable staff or volunteers. Once again, Washi
Saturday morning car crash leads to second accident
Two accidents took place along the Crosstown Expressway overnight leading to lane closures for a short time. The first crash happened around 1:30 a.m. Saturday morning when the driver of a sedan exiting onto Greenwood off of the Crosstown Expressway lost control and hit the median then rolled over.
Ameren Beginning Winter Draw Down
Ameren Missouri has announced that they are beginning their winter draw down at Lake of the Ozarks. Ameren shoreline management supervisor Jeff Green says dock owners both above and below Bagnell Dam should follow some simple tips to prevent or reduce damages during this period.
Freeman Paves His Path at Haddam-Killingworth
Seth Freeman tried out a few different sports while he was growing up, but by the time he got to high school, Seth knew that running was the one he was going to stick with. Seth’s fellow members of the H-K boys’ cross country team sure are happy that he made that decision.
Pouring rain caused flooding -- traffic disruptions -- across B.C. 's South Coast
Pouring rain across B.C.'s South Coast caused flooding, closures, traffic disruptions and SkyTrain delays Tuesday afternoon. Much of the South Coast, including Metro Vancouver, was under a rainfall warning for most of the day.
Madison Art Society Town Hall Artists for January and February 2019
Two Madison Art Society members will be displaying award winning art at the Madison Town Hall, 8 Campus Drive, Madison CT in January and February, 2019. The exhibit can be seen during regular business hours. Melissa Imossi, a Madison resident, is an award winning contemporary realist painter. Her wo
' A Grand Heart Place ' Duluth poised to rename downtown park in Ojibwe language
Less than a year after Minneapolis' Lake Calhoun was renamed Bde Maka Ska, which means White Earth Lake in the Dakota language, the city of Duluth is on the cusp of renaming a downtown park in the Ojibwe language.
Christmas in Knoxville
This evening the Bijou Theater was full for Knoxville’s Lessons & Carols. It was a joint production of three churches Shoreline, Hope Fellowship and City Church . This is one of two December joint ventures of the three churches. Another is giveknoxville a fundraiser to provide Christmas gifts for ch
Southern Oregon Coast under ` High Wave Warning '
Forecasters are warning residents and visitors along the Southern Oregon Coast of high surf as a series of storms make their way along the Pacific Ocean, creating the potential for dangerous sneaker waves.
Mars 2020 Landing Site : Jezero Crater Flyover
An animated flyover of the Martian surface explains why Mars' Jezero Crater, a 28-mile-wide ancient lake-delta system, is the best place for Mars 2020 to find and collect promising samples for a possible future return to Earth.
A Mixed Bag Reaction to Montauk Hamlet Study
Residents and representatives of environmental groups applauded efforts by the East Hampton Town Board to address the creeping reality of climate change and sea level rise in its new hamlet study for downtown Montauk during a public hearing last Thursday in Town Hall.
Google pitches sweeping plans for North Bayshore
After years of planning, Google officials unveiled their first formal proposals to transform the North Bayshore area around their corporate headquarters into a bustling new mixed-use residential neighborhood.
Clear & Convincing - Episode 32 - Wisconsin v. Steven Avery w/Michael Griesbach
On July 29, 1985, P.B. was kidnapped, sexually assaulted, beaten and left for dead in woods on the shoreline of Lake Michigan in Manitowoc County, Wisconsin. A local deputy believed that P.B.’s description of her assailant fit Steven Avery and county law enforcement fixated on him as the perpetrator
King County Sheriff 's Office to pay motorcyclist held at gunpoint $ 65,000 , plus change use-of-force rules
SEATTLE — A Shoreline motorcyclist who sued the King County Sheriff's Office after a plainclothes detective brandished a gun at him during a traffic stop last year has settled the case for $65,000 and the promise of changes to the department's use-of-force policies.