This year’s red tide is so severe that it has forced Florida to declare a state of emergency.
The largest endorheic lake also happens to be the largest overall lake in the world. First, what is an endorheic lake? An endorheic lake is a lake that doesn’t drain towards the ocean. The word endorheic stems from Ancient Greek: ἔνδον, éndon, “within” and ῥεῖν, rheîn, “to flow”. These lakes are also known […]
State and national parks have long been restocking lakes in recreational areas with fish. Repopulation the fish stock in remote lakes used to be an arduous tasks for both the biologists and fish. Fish were stored in canisters carried over land by horse. Along the way, lakes and streams were […]
Between 1970 and the early 1990s, Maynard Weston Dow (1929 – 2011), Professor Emeritus at Plymouth State College, was the main producer of a series of interviews with hundreds of geographers. Dow spent 40 years recording the visual and oral history of American geography. Over 300 interviews from this collection […]