Posts Tagged ‘ ocean ’

Lilstock Beach Clean-Up (February 24, 2013) by Abbie Barnes

Mar 13th, 2013 | By
Lilstock Beach Clean-Up (February 24, 2013) by Abbie Barnes

I had originally arranged a small family beach clean-up as a film shoot for my entry into the 2013 EcoTales film competition, but as my
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Plastic In Our Oceans by Abbie Barnes

Dec 13th, 2012 | By
Plastic In Our Oceans by Abbie Barnes

Plastic is a cheap and incredibly useful material that has dominated the way in which we live, work, eat and drink for 70 years. In the present time, it seems impossible to imagine a world without it, and it is easy to take this handy invention for granted. However, due to our wasteful lifestyles it
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The Mighty Periwinkle

Jul 25th, 2011 | By
The Mighty Periwinkle

Periwinkles are well-adapted creatures that are used to their rocky habitat, even when waves pound on them every few seconds. For how small they are, they are very tough. They are even tough enough to erode rocks over time! Let me tell you how they do that.



A Walk in the Park

Jul 9th, 2011 | By

A few weeks ago, our community had a Centennial Family Fun Day at the Abington Area Community Park. There were a lot of activities and programs to see and do. There were also all of these people who sold stuff or made crafts. I was one of those people. The thing different with me was
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Corals in Peril

Nov 20th, 2010 | By
Corals in Peril

New research says acidification is bad news for corals.