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On nSundat April 20th at 9pm est, 8pm cst, and 7pm pst join Mary and Ken as they make a few announcements regarding upcoming episodes. There will be a very exciting announcement at the end and I am sure that everyone will be happy to hear it. Nano Reef Hour will return next weekend with Joe and Albert on the Under The Sea Radio Show ! So many wonderful things we are working on for all of you out there. If you have suggestions please send them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
On Thursday November 21st at 3 pm est, 2pm cst and 12 pm pst, I will be hosting the show and explaining things that have been happening in regards to the show staff changes. I hope everyone who loves the4 UNDER THE SEA RADIO SHOW as much as I do will tune in.
There might also be a surprise guest or two who will be calling in for my support. Stay tuned and tune in !
Sunday May 25th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, Joe Faszl and Albert Thiel will kick off a two part discussion on those amazing animals called Sea Anemones. These amazing animals are a very valuable asset to the oceans and habitats in the animal kingdom. In your aquariums they add a sense of mystery and beauty. We will be discussing lots of tips and facts including a very special guest on the second episode. Join us for another exciting Nano Reef Hour !
When regularly and then permanently flooded in sea level rise vulnerable areas, homeowners will not want to make a choice between paying their existing mortgage obligations or, alternatively, defaulting and trying to qualify for a new place to live. Bad credit and a judgment against the borrowers would result from a default on the original mortgage commitments, making it almost impossible for the homeowners to qualify for a new loan.
To confront this scenario, society needs solutions for the near future. In this podcast, we explore one such opportunity for creative finance which is also environmentally smart.
Join sea level rise commentator Mitch Chester for a brief examination of this key issue.
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As sea level rise ascends as a priority issue for the general population in vulnerable regions, legislatures and real estate professionals need to consider fair and reasonable rising sea notice statutes in residential and even commercial realty transactions.
If we can warn potential buyers about lead based paint and radon gas, surely we can make them aware of ocean inundation issues.
The failure to take on such initiatives on a state-by-state basis can result in litigation, not to mention broken dreams of residential property purchasers and business owners.
Join host Mitch Chester for a quick examination of Sea Level Rise Disclosure forms.
For more information, please visit www.SLRAmerica.org.
On Monday June 2nd at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, Join Ken Boorman, Ken McKeighen, Mike Sanchez and Henry McKeighen as they resume their discussion on the fossil records of these intriguing marine animals. Why is there very little known regarding Sea Anemones ? Join us tonight as we delve into the depths of these great minds to try and find the answers !
Sunday, November 17, 2013 at 8:00 pm est, 7:00 cst, 5:00 pst.
There are a number of different commercial companies that put out a variety of different types of fish food for both freshwater and saltwater aquarium inhabitants. These types of fish foods generally fall into seperate categories such as pellet, and flake dry foods and various different types of frozen prepared foods. Albert J Thiel and Joe Faszl will be on the show discussing the pros and cons about these types of foods for aquarium inhabitants.
On Wednesday August 27th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst Join your host Mike Gannon and his guest Taro Kodama, of Kodama Koi, for an interesting discussion on how the experts look at Koi. Get some great insight and suggestions on how to select the best and most beautiful Koi. Learn how breeders and judges view koi. And find out what the Kodamas are up to! The Kodamas are importers/resellers of fine Japanese Koi with locations in Hawaii, New Jersey, and long island New York. Join this information filled discussion wednesday, August 27, 2014 at 8 PM EST.Call in during the live portion of the show at 949.534.0637, or download any time. The Pond Hunter Radio Broadcast, “In The Pursuit Of All Things Aquatic”.
On Wednesday July 2nd, at 8pm est, 7pm cst, 5pm pst Enjoy the pond and water gardening lifestyle segment, with your host Mike Gannon from the Pond Hunter Radio Broadcast. Mike and his guests will sample different wine varieties from the Koi Pond Cellars label out of Washington State. Come enjoy the water gardening lifestyle with a glass of wine by the pond and the Koi Pond Cellars sommelier . Koi Pond Cellars has some great wine varieties and Mike and his guests will help you decide which ones to choose. Wine and water gardens go together perfectly and Koi Pond Cellars is blending them together! The Pond Hunter Radio Broadcast begins at 8 PM EST. Call in when show is live at 949.534.0637.The Pursuit Of All Things Aquatic.
On Sunday June 1st at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, we are pleased to announce that Dr.Estefania Rodriguez will be joining host Joe Faszl and Albert Thiel and share some very interesting and important information regarding Sea Anemones and also other news about new discoveries and her research into the lives of these amazing animals. Dr. Rodrigues is an assistant curator in the American Museum of Natural History’s Division of Invertebrate Zoology and the lead author of the new study, collects shallow-dwelling sea anemones on a recent expedition to South Africa. Please tune is and listen to a truly interesting discussion.
Photos courtesy of the American Museum of Natural History
This sea anemone, Actiniidae sp., was photographed in Algoa Bay, Port Elizabeth, South Africa.
©Bernard Picton/National Museums Northern Ireland
This unidentified specimen belonging within Relicanthidae is a sea creature that was previously thought to be a giant sea anemone (order Actiniaria). New research places this animal in a new order—a classification equal to Carnivora in mammals or Crocodilia in reptiles. The species, which lives near hydrothermal vents, has tentacles reaching more than 6.5 feet long.
©NERC CHESSO project
If political leadership at the state level is missing with regard to rising seas, it is foreseeable that citizens groups may proactively demand public policy action through the constitutional amendment process.
These "citizen initiatives" would be consistent with responsibly addressing adaptation to swelling oceans in affected states if governors and state legislators fail to prepare for changing coastlines.
Join host Mitch Chester for a brief exploration of how rising seas may affect the wording of state constitutions.
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