Saturday, August 3, 2013

As Long As The Sun Shines   

HealthPhotography

James Estrin interviewing photographer Ian Willms for the New York Times’ Lens Blog, discussing Willms’ photo story on the effects of Alberta’s oil sands on indigenous communities: Q. What’s the effect on the people? A. It has brought more money … Continue reading →

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Alberta floods unearth bones, bombs   

Nature

CBC News: The bones could be from an ice-age mammal such as a bison, but they will need to be closely examined, said Francois Therrien, a paleontologist with the museum. […] Twice since the floodwaters receded, the bomb squad has … Continue reading →