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Summer News Sample

By Daniel de la Calle Children in Rio de Janeiro were on vacation during the three days of the Rio+20 summit. Some schools organized activities …

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Tangled Up In Words

By Daniel de la Calle In an LA Times article titled “In Science, Words Matter” oceanographer Elizabeth Tobin refers to the often talked about controversy …

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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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Saint Nicholas Post

By Daniel de la Calle  As advanced celebration of Saint Nicholas the Wonderworker tomorrow, here are a few links, photos, videos and news for you …

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The Sea in Songs

By Daniel de la Calle   On this quiet Sunday afternoon, several songs about the oceans, whales, waves, sailing, gulfs and shores:     Katell Keineg. …

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Building Things Up For RIO+20

By Daniel de la Calle   As we get slowly closer to the month of June and RIO+20 we begin to see more online information …

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Interview with Sven

By Daniel de la Calle     On this rainy morning I had the chance to meet with Sven for a cup of tea and a …

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News Keep Coming

By Daniel de la Calle   A new year has begun and that fabricated clean slate feeling is very encouraging.  Please find below the almost …

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Sanctuary

By Daniel de la Calle       Islands make for miniature universes, like snow globes: they transform a few miles distance into the crossing of …

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Stupid Monkey

By Daniel de la Calle     Having a trivial talk last fall with friends at a bar in Spain the conversation took a sudden turn …

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Taganga

By Daniel de la Calle While in Santa Marta, on Colombia’s eastern Caribbean coast, a old beggar in front of a supermarket told me he …

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Videos Of Present & Future Inventions

By Daniel de la Calle This weekend I wanted to take a look at inventions, some that look like science fiction but are in fact …

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Little Red Dots

By Daniel de la Calle•   Don’t be afraid to scratch if they itch:     •Anyone who has been to the Pacific Northeast in general …

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News, If That’s What They Are To You

By Daniel de la Calle We are half way into the month of February and very much in need of some news about Ocean Acidification, …

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The Tough Choice

By Daniel de la Calle Let me ask you this question:  in the fight to save ecosystems and biodiversity around the globe, do you think …

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