Why Nature-based Infrastructure is Important

Tweet With the recent hurricane devastation in the Caribbean, Florida, Texas and other areas of the southeastern United States, we are thinking of all the people impacted. Almost half of the nation’s population lives near the coast, and these areas … Continue reading →

10 Trips You Should’ve Paddled This Summer

Tweet Let’s guess, you didn’t get out on the water as much as you’d hoped this summer. In thinking through trips you could’ve or should’ve gone on, here’s 10 more to add to the list. 9-Day Supernatural Sea Kayaking in … Continue reading →

Video – Alaska – Measuring whales from the air – hexacopter photogrammetry of Cook Inlet beluga whales

Tweet https://www.afsc.noaa.gov/Science_blog/video/Cook_Inlet_Beluga_Research.mp4   Beluga whales are dark gray as young calves, then gradually turn lighter gray as they get older, and eventually become white as adults.  Photo: Paul Wade, NOAA Fisheries he first time, we are using an Unmanned Aerial System … Continue reading →