View of the Atlantic Ocean from New Brunswick, Canada If you say hello to an ocean, it will wave back. Jokes aside, oceans are vast and formidable entities. Approximately 71% of our planet’s surface area consists of ocean, which is divided by continents into five large bodies of saltwater: Arctic, Atlantic, Indian, Pacific, and Southern. … Continue reading A Brief Explanation of Oceanic Circulation
In July 2019, I had the opportunity to participate in a conservation mission with the Québec-Labrador Foundation (QLF) in Tabusintac, New Brunswick. We visited various nature reserves recording bird species, as I mentioned in a previous article called Bird Population Sustainability: How Can You Enjoy the Practice of Birding?. In addition, we joined several community-based … Continue reading Conservation in New Brunswick: What Is the Macro-Level Problem With Microplastic Pollution?