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  • 01:11

    Invasive Species - Nan Calvert - Wisconsin

    in Environment

    On Wednesday December 10th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, we welcome Nan Calvert of Seno Kenosha/Racine Land Trust Conservancy to the show. Nan is the Education Director at Senokrit and reaches out into the communities to help train and share valuable information to those interested in protecting our natural habitats from invasive species.


    http://www.naturestalkshow.com/


    http://www.senokrlt.org/


    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/naturestalkshow/2014/12/11/invasive-species--nan-calvert--wisconsin


     

  • 01:12

    Invasive Species - Kari McWest

    in Pets

    On Tuesday March 18th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst. Kari McWest returns to continue his discussion on Invasive Species in Florida, Texas and a few other states. Invasive Species is a very problem in every state and we as responsible aquarists need to help educate others new to the hobby


    http://underthesearadio.com/


    https://www.facebook.com/wmaquacultureconservation


     

  • 01:15

    Invasive Species - Kari McWest

    in Pets

    On Tuesday March 4th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, another episode of Invsaive Species with Ken talking to Kari McWest on a few invasive species on a National level ! We will be discussing Florida, Texas and a few other states. So tune in and gather some important information.


    http://underthesearadioshow.com/


     

  • 01:14

    Invasive Species - Missouri

    in Pets

    On Thursday January 2nd at 8pm est,7 pm cst and 5pm pst,we are excited to be starting a new series called Invasive Species. Each episode will feature a Representative of every state's Conservation Department.


    Tim Banek, Invasive Species Coordinator of Missouri Department of Conservation will be kicking off this new series. Originally from South Dakota, he received a BA in Biology from Augustana Sioux Falls SD and an MS from the University of South Dakota,Vermillion. He began his career with Oaklahoma Dept. of Conservation. In 1986 he accepted a position with Missouri Dept of Conservation and worked in Southwest Missouri as a Fisheries Management Specialist and Fisheries Management Biologist for 21 years ! In February 2008,he accepted a promotion as MDC's Invasive Species Coordinator.He is enjoying the diversity of his responsibilities and the challenges related to invasive species.


    Tune in as Tim discusses harmful invasive species in Missouri.


    http://underthesearadioshow.com/


     


    http://mdc.mo.gov/discover-nature/field-guide/invasive-species/invasive-species-field-guide

  • 01:26

    Invasive Species Series - Maryland- Ray Owczarzak

    in Education

    On WEdnesday September 24th at 9pm est, 8pm cst and 6pm pst, join Ray and Ken for a discussion on invasive species endemic to Maryland. A couple of years ago the snakehead had spread into the Potomac and its tributaries. Has Maryland been able to contain these Invasive ‘Fish From Hell’ and what are they doing to rid the waterways of the dangerous snakehead. Responsible fish keeping is a must with your aquarium pets and there are steps to follow if you no longer can keep them. Tune in for another important topic.


    http://www.underthesearadioshow.com/


    www.audibletrial.com/underthesea

  • 00:28

    Are Invasive Species A Viable Option For Renewable Energy?

    in Environment

    As we shift from petroleum-based energy to renewable energy, the production of biofuel, created from invasive species appears to be a viable option. However, certain plant species which have been proposed for biofuel production include invasive species and/or other plants which have the potential to escape cultivation. Is this a good solution for eliminating an environmental issue while satisfying an energy need or is this type of biofuel merely creating a disaster in the making? In this segment of The Clean Energy View Radio Show, hosts, June Stoyer and special guest host, Luis Mejia talk to Dr. Lewis Ziska about the pros and cons of using invasive species as biofuel. Dr. Ziska is a Plant Physiologist with the USDA's Agricultural Research Service in Beltsville, Maryland. After graduating from the University of California, Davis, he began his career as a Smithsonian fellow, and then took up residence as the Project Leader for global climate change at the International Rice Research Institute in the Philippines before joining USDA. Dr. Ziska has published numerous papers on carbon dioxide and climate change impacts on agriculture, weed biology and public health. At present he is investigating the role of rising carbon dioxide and changing climate on food security, invasive species and aerobiology. Dr. Ziska's research has appeared in: The Wall Street Journal, National Geographic, The New York Times, USA Today, The Washington Post, Newsweek, U.S. News and World Report and CNN Headline News. If you are not receiving our most recent interviews, please re-subscribe to our new Official RSS feed on iTunes, Youtube or you visit our podcast archives which can be found at www.theorganicview.com.

  • 01:43

    Majestic Aquarium Hour - Invasive Species

    in Pets

    On wednesday June 11th at 9pm est, 8pm cst and 6pm pst, Join Ray as we discuss Invasive Species, marine and freshwater kinds. Plants, animals and other things can become huge problems if precautions are not taken and  regulations are not followed. How can we help protect natural habitats from being overcome by things that are not meant to be there ? Mark your calendars and please tune in and let's learn a little more about Invasive Species.


    http://www.underthesearadioshow.com/


    https://www.youtube.com/user/Majesticvideos1

  • 00:28

    Clean Energy View: Invasive Species For Renewable Energy?

    in Energy

    As we shift from petroleum-based energy to renewable energy, the production of biofuel, created from invasive species appears to be a viable option. However, certain plant species which have been proposed for biofuel production include invasive species and/or other plants which have the potential to escape cultivation. Is this a good solution for eliminating an environmental issue while satisfying an energy need or is this type of biofuel merely creating a disaster in the making? In this segment of The Clean Energy View Radio Show, hosts, June Stoyer and special guest host, Luis Mejia talk to Dr. Lewis Ziska about the pros and cons of using invasive species as biofuel. Dr. Ziska is a Plant Physiologist with the USDA's Agricultural Research Service in Beltsville, Maryland. After graduating from the University of California, Davis, he began his career as a Smithsonian fellow, and then took up residence as the Project Leader for global climate change at the International Rice Research Institute in the Philippines before joining USDA. Dr. Ziska has published numerous papers on carbon dioxide and climate change impacts on agriculture, weed biology and public health. At present he is investigating the role of rising carbon dioxide and changing climate on food security, invasive species and aerobiology. Dr. Ziska's research has appeared in: The Wall Street Journal, National Geographic, The New York Times, USA Today, The Washington Post, Newsweek, U.S. News and World Report and CNN Headline News.
    If you are not receiving our most recent interviews, please re-subscribe to our new Official RSS feed on iTunes, Youtube or you visit our podcast archives which can be found at www.theorganicview.com. 

  • The Buy and Swallow Effect

    in Entertainment

    Thinking for ourselves seems to be too hard.

  • 00:31

    Invasive Species Management with John Ervin

    in Environment

     
    Host Kathy Sipple speaks with John Ervin of Primal Elegance about Synergistic Living Solutions.   In Northwest Indiana, there are over 70 invasive species of plants that threaten one or more things that we value. They impact our gardens, our farms, our woodlands, our ponds, our landscapes, and our comforts. Unlike the weeds with which we are most accustomed, like dandelions and thistles, these “super-weeds” not only dominate their habitat, but they alter it in ways that science is only now beginning to understand.   Due to their growth habits and their abilities to disperse, the techniques required to control these species are nearly as diverse as the plants themselves. In his 25 years as an ecologist, arborist, entomologist, and nurseryman, John Ervin has accumulated control methods, and sensibilities regarding invasive species.   John will discuss a few of these species, their significance, and his recommendations for the landowner.

  • 00:30

    The Buy and Swallow Effect

    in Entertainment

    Thinking for ourselves is too hard.

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