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CONCRETE MANAGEMENT
CONCRETE MANAGEMENT
ALTERNATIVE FOUNDATION SYSTEMS
ALTERNATIVE FOUNDATION SYSTEMS
DECONSTRUCTION 2014
DECONSTRUCTION 2014
DEWATERING 3rd Edition
DEWATERING 3rd Edition
REALLOCATION OF RESOURCES
REALLOCATION OF RESOURCES
NATIVE LAWN
NATIVE LAWN
INTRODUCING GREEN ROOFS
INTRODUCING GREEN ROOFS
GROUND WATER AND HYDROPHILLIC CHEMICALS
GROUND WATER AND HYDROPHILLIC CHEMICALS
BPA
BPA

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ewsletter, is the quarterly, educational publication of Safe Harbor Environmental Services. 

The goals of

OCEAN

 e-newsletter are to share research and information on environmental issues and support collaborative partnerships to protect natural resources. Collaborative partnerships save both financial and natural resources. Safe Harbor supports collective action.

TO VIEW THE MOST RECENT VERSION OF OCEAN PLEASE CLICK ON THE ISSUE YOU WANT HERE: 

OCEAN 35

OCEAN 35 shares some intriguing environmental concepts: People in Maine are starting to eat invasivecrabs; NYC is experimenting with old toilets to grow oysters; someone developed a thermal poweredpiston for controlling greenhouse ventilation and why has it taken so long to come up with edible six packrings? You will also find breaking updates on previous articles: Bees; Hand Sanitizers and PlasticMicrobeads. And we also took a closer look at the 1,000 year rainfall event in Louisiana.

OCEAN-34

OCEAN 34 celebrates 10 years of publishing OCEAN environmental e-newsletter. This is your newsletter and our success has only been possible through your support and sharing of each issue. Our main article on African Dust may seem an eccentric indulgence of research, until some surprising pieces begin falling together. Using foot power to do your laundry and generating electricity by flushing your toilet, showcase innovative energy developments. Water is a defining element in our World, especially when it vanishes and we take a closer look at two drought events: One contributed to the unprecedented CA wildfires and the other generated ecological stress in the Amazon.

OCEAN 33

 This new issue includes an Environmental Vision Grant we have awarded to a unique individual committed to saving African Sawfish; a closer look at why Cape Cod’s Oak trees were being eaten alive; how rising sea surface temps are impacting plankton and the extraordinary development of roadways made up of innovative solar cells.

OCEAN 32Our newest issue explores some interesting uses of technology in the environment: a waterproof, drone able to sample and monitor hormone levels in whales when they surface to breathe and there are no humans around; an embarassingly simple method of transporting water that can save hours of hard labor in developing countries; and taking a closer use at one of the newest wind energy systems.    

OCEAN 31OCEAN 31 touches on some issues close to home, such as Oysters, Salt Marsh restoration and Sea Turtle

strandings, as well as some extraordinary innovative developments in local sugar kelp farming. You will also

find an unusual article about the development of fog nets collecting water out of the air in some deserts.

OCEAN 30

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