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Science communication course presentation  Presentation by Bill Dennison from the science communication course held at Horn Point Laboratory, Cambridge MD in May 2013. photo,science communication,course,Horn Point,presentation,learn
Science communication course presentation Photo (JPG) IAN StaffIntegration and Application Network71 views2 downloads (Details)Presentation by Bill Dennison from the science communication course held at Horn Point Laboratory, Cambridge MD in May 2013.Add to lightbox
Science communication course presentation Presentation by Jane Hawkey from the science communication course held at Horn Point Laboratory, Cambridge MD in May 2013. photo,science communication,course,Horn Point,presentation,group,learn
Science communication course presentationPhoto (JPG) IAN StaffIntegration and Application Network112 views4 downloads (Details)Presentation by Jane Hawkey from the science communication course held at Horn Point Laboratory, Cambridge MD in May 2013.Add to lightbox
Science communication course drawing Drawing from the science communication course held at Horn Point Laboratory, Cambridge MD in May 2013. photo,science communication,course,Horn Point,drawing,illustration
Science communication course drawingPhoto (JPG) IAN StaffIntegration and Application Network46 views0 downloads (Details)Drawing from the science communication course held at Horn Point Laboratory, Cambridge MD in May 2013.Add to lightbox
Science communication course  Science communication course held at Horn Point Laboratory, Cambridge MD in May 2013. photo,science communication,course,Horn Point,book,newsletter,pamphlet
Science communication course Photo (JPG) IAN StaffIntegration and Application Network59 views5 downloads (Details)Science communication course held at Horn Point Laboratory, Cambridge MD in May 2013.Add to lightbox
Science communication course group participation Group participation during the science communication course held at Horn Point Laboratory, Cambridge MD in May 2013. photo,science communication,course,Horn Point,group,participation,learn
Science communication course group participationPhoto (JPG) IAN StaffIntegration and Application Network55 views4 downloads (Details)Group participation during the science communication course held at Horn Point Laboratory, Cambridge MD in May 2013.Add to lightbox
Science communication course conceptual diagram Participant creating a conceptual diagram during the science communication course held at Horn Point Laboratory, Cambridge MD in May 2013. photo,science communication,course,Horn Point,conceptual diagram,illustration
Science communication course conceptual diagramPhoto (JPG) IAN StaffIntegration and Application Network48 views6 downloads (Details)Participant creating a conceptual diagram during the science communication course held at Horn Point Laboratory, Cambridge MD in May 2013.Add to lightbox
Science communication course  Science communicator, Alexandra Fries, assisting a participant at the science communication course held at Horn Point Laboratory, Cambridge MD in May 2013. photo,science communication,course,Horn Point,participation,assist
Science communication course Photo (JPG) IAN StaffIntegration and Application Network54 views5 downloads (Details)Science communicator, Alexandra Fries, assisting a participant at the science communication course held at Horn Point Laboratory, Cambridge MD in May 2013.Add to lightbox
HPL laboratory setup Laboratory setup for HPL open house in Cambridge, MD laboratory,HPL,Horn Point,Maryland
HPL laboratory setupPhoto (JPG) Dottie SamoniskyIntegration and Application Network633 views3 downloads (Details)Laboratory setup for HPL open house in Cambridge, MDAdd to lightbox
HPL open house with touch tank Open house event at HPL in Cambridge, MD with touch tank Horn Point,laboratory,open house,Cambridge MD
HPL open house with touch tankPhoto (JPG) Dottie SamoniskyIntegration and Application Network65 views2 downloads (Details)Open house event at HPL in Cambridge, MD with touch tankAdd to lightbox
Oyster racks At Drakes Bay Oyster Company near Point Reyes, CA, oysters grow either as singles or in clusters. The singles are grown as individuals from the larval stage. The single oysters are produced in the indoor hatchery located on-farm, and are then moved to the growing area in mesh bags to resist predation from bat rays. Clusters are created by setting many larvae on shells saved from the shucking and packing operation. These "mother" shells containing the oyster spat (baby oysters) are then strung together on wires and suspended in Drakes Estero. aquaculture,shellfish,west coast,California
Oyster racksPhoto (JPG) Jane HawkeyIntegration & Application Network395 views6 downloads (Details)At Drakes Bay Oyster Company near Point Reyes, CA, oysters grow either as singles or in clusters. The singles are grown as individuals from the larval stage. The single oysters are produced in the indoor hatchery located on-farm, and are then moved to the growing area in mesh bags to resist predation from bat rays. Clusters are created by setting many larvae on shells saved from the shucking and packing operation. These "mother" shells containing the oyster spat (baby oysters) are then strung together on wires and suspended in Drakes Estero.Add to lightbox
Oyster shells awaiting spat and oyster mesh bags At Drakes Bay Oyster Company near Point Reyes, CA, oysters grow either as singles or in clusters. The singles are grown as individuals from the larval stage. The single oysters are produced in the indoor hatchery located on-farm, and are then moved to the growing area in mesh bags to resist predation from bat rays. Clusters are created by setting many larvae on shells saved from the shucking and packing operation. aquaculture,shellfish,seeding,California
Oyster shells awaiting spat and oyster mesh bagsPhoto (JPG) Jane HawkeyIntegration & Application Network423 views4 downloads (Details)At Drakes Bay Oyster Company near Point Reyes, CA, oysters grow either as singles or in clusters. The singles are grown as individuals from the larval stage. The single oysters are produced in the indoor hatchery located on-farm, and are then moved to the growing area in mesh bags to resist predation from bat rays. Clusters are created by setting many larvae on shells saved from the shucking and packing operation.Add to lightbox
Chenopodium oahuense (Aweoweo) Front view illustration of an Aweoweo, endemic to the Hawaiian islands. Native water and land birds (e.g., Nihoa finch), and seabirds use Aweoweo for food, nesting material or nesting sites. Early Hawaiians used the wood to form shark hooks (makau mano) fitted with bone points. Aweoweo leaves and shoots were wrapped in ti leaves, cooked and eaten in times of food scarcity by early Hawaiians. symbol,vector,illustration,tree,flora,aweoweo,alaweo,alaweo huna,aheahea,ahea,ahewahewa,kahaihai,native,Angiosperms,Eudicots,Core eudicots,Caryophyllales,Amaranthaceae,Chenopodioideae,Chenopodium oahuense
Chenopodium oahuense (Aweoweo)Vector Graphic (SVG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network62 views24 downloads (Details)Front view illustration of an Aweoweo, endemic to the Hawaiian islands. Native water and land birds (e.g., Nihoa finch), and seabirds use Aweoweo for food, nesting material or nesting sites. Early Hawaiians used the wood to form shark hooks (makau mano) fitted with bone points. Aweoweo leaves and shoots were wrapped in ti leaves, cooked and eaten in times of food scarcity by early Hawaiians.Add to lightbox

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