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Interviews: June 2013 Archives

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Ocean fertilization study calls in to question the science behind it

Almost a year after the Haida experiment, ocean fertilization is still struggling to find an acceptance amongst academics around the world.

 

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Georgia Institute of Technology earth sciences professor Ellery Ingall travelled to Antartica to study how ocean fertilization works. His work questions if it actually does at all. (photo courtesy of the George Institute of Technology)

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Rats will die on Haida Gwaii

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This captured rat on Haida Gwaii might be luckier than most others which are being poisoned. (Laura Wein/Parks Canada)

The days of rats ruling the roost in Gwaii Haanas could be coming to a close. Parks Canada rangers will be poisoning the long-tailed menace in an effort to save the ancient murrelet -- endemic to the archipelago. 

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Prince George man is trapped in Alberta's flooding

Bill Owen is a vice-provost of student engagement at the University of Northern British Columbia. He is also stuck in the middle of Alberta's worst flooding in years, among those trapped in Banff. He speaks with Daybreak's Andrew Kurjata.


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