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13 News for the 31st

By Daniel de la Calle Three years ago you really needed to scrape at the bottom of the barrel to come up with news on …

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Art&facts

By Daniel de la Calle For more than 35,000 years we have been inspired by nature, driven to reproduce and depict it in drawings, carvings, …

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After the Storm

By Daniel de la Calle The storm passed and so did the election, strangely intertwining both in a way that made hard to distinguish one …

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400 Blows

By Daniel de la Calle 400 blows do not raise hell after all: This month of May 2013 will be remembered as the time when …

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Free Popcorn and Lemonade Screening

By Daniel de la Calle ≈≈≈The Duke Chapel Congregation has scheduled a free outdoor screening of A Sea Change this Friday, July 20th (at dusk, …

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January 2013

By Daniel de la Callehttp://www.danieldelacalle.com/ Gone is 2012, the hottest or coldest year in recent history depending on where you live, gone too are the …

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8 VIDEOS

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Overflow

By Daniel de la Calle How much is too much?  When does a stream of information flow over and one more entry, article, news piece …

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Chile, From Santiago to Valparaíso

By Daniel de la Calle After Puerto Montt, the second half of the series of screenings in Chile unfolded at universities in Santiago and Valparaíso.  …

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SINK, a Shell Dissolving Objet d’art

By Daniel de la Calle Artist Julian Priest has created SINK, “a model of anthropogenic ocean acidification”.  The materials used are a scallop shell, an …

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All Sorts Of News

By Daniel de la Calle »When the media loves something it just takes over the internet.  News came out yesterday about the new study by …

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“O Rio De Janeiro Continua Lindo”

By Daniel de la Calle After the visit to Southern and Central Chile in early May we are catching up with some of the latest …

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Information & Communication

By Daniel de la Calle Information and communication, going hand in hand as should be: »Lecture near Lake Tahoe: Dr. Howard Spero, UC Davis, will …

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On Acid

By Daniel de la Calle Considering this is the A Sea Change website on Ocean Acidification and not forgetting this denomination and the various effects …

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When in Rio

By Daniel de la Calle Yesterday was the first of our two screenings at Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) museums during the RIO+20 summit.  The brand …

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Learning & Working Around OA

By Daniel de la Calle One learns and then works, and sometimes one’s work is learning.  A few opportunities to do both: ≈A month-long research …

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Moncktons And Abrahams

By Daniel de la Calle Whether in our tangible daily slippers-and-ties lives or in our ever growing virtual internet browsing hours, we are often faced …

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Seeing Ghosts

By Daniel de la Calle Over the past few days you might have read about a Japanese “ghost ship”, a victim of last year’s tsunami, …

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The Crossing Of The Andes

By Daniel de la Calle You can fool and distract yourself in the days leading to a trip, go through the motions of packing, closing …

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News In Pairs Like Castanets

By Daniel de la Calle Maybe influenced by the traditional Spanish music I was listening to while writing, here are some news in twos: Ω   …

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End Of April News

By Daniel de la Calle »The Center for Biological Diversity has launched a new Endangered Oceans campaign in the US to save our sea life …

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Fog

By Daniel de la Calle   June 20th, with the RIO+20 summit here in Brazil.  An agreement to be signed by the heads of governments …

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Ocean Acidification and Education

By Daniel de la Calle Inspired by our upcoming screenings for students this Thursday and Friday in the Southern Chilean town of Puerto Montt we …

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Salt Water Videos

By Daniel de la Calle Great salty videos in today’s menu.  Why?: Why not? Fish with transparent head: Encounter with whale: Bizarre Japanese fish: Ocean’s …

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Symposia, Volunteer Work, A Job Offer And A Video

By Daniel de la Calle »The Georges River Tidewater Association seeks volunteers to monitor acidification in St. George Estuary (Maine). “GRTA has been developing a …

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