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60 minutes of nature sounds to relax and calm. Meditate or study. Increase mindfulness by being grounded in the reality around us by the sounds of nature and beyond.
Welcome, my dear friends 🖤 👁Art https://imgur.com/a/8EWJDCB Tracklist: 00:00 hoogway - redbone 2:02 a l e x - Alicks is going to die 03:25 ｇａｒｂａ９ - phone number. 06:13 stream_error - a way to be loved, a little more 09:16 jesb -☿ ☫ 11:26 slowheal - perfect flaws 13:14 Nohone - So Many Things To See 15:52 just big hills. - Dozing. 17:00 Brye - lo-fi ASMR 18:21 hoogway - edelweiss 20:37 H.1 - Conditions 23:58 how else - something new. 26:45 j'san. - not a smile, such a waste Artist: hoogway https://soundcloud.com/hoogway/redbone-1 a l e x https://soundcloud.com/worsethanthis/alicks-is-going-to-die ｇａｒｂａ９ https://soundcloud.com/garba9/phone-number stream_error https://soundcloud.com/stream_error/a-way-to-be-loved-a-little-more jesb https://soundcloud.com/nostalgicshit/again slowheal ...
Download the Mp3 version at: http://www.mindamend.com/yt/8-hours-whale-sounds ► Subscribe to my channel and be updated with my latest tracks: http://www.youtube.com/user/MindAmend?sub_confirmation=1 This is a longer and alternative version of my 1 hour whale sounds track here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=savCAd6RyPI. This 8 hour version has a deeper underwater ambience, compared to the 1 hour version which has more 'near surface' bubble sounds. Note: This track does not contain any brainwave entrainment tones. ® Copyright MindAmend.com
Download the Mp3 version at: http://www.mindamend.com/yt/whale-sounds ► Subscribe to my channel and be updated with my latest tracks: http://www.youtube.com/user/MindAmend?sub_confirmation=1 There's now an 8 hour alternative version of this whale sounds track here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nDqP7kcr-sc Note: This track does not contain any brainwave entrainment tones. ® Copyright MindAmend.com
20 minutes of nature sounds to relax and calm. Meditate or study. Increase mindfulness by being grounded in the reality around us by the sounds of nature and beyond.
Learn what scientists have discovered studying the endangered Southern Resident killer whales. See the science behind recovering this charismatic creature, from collecting their poop to tracking them using satellite tags.
Iain Kerr has been studying whales for the last 30 years. Traditionally, this involves chasing a whale down, shooting it with a dart, and collecting a flesh sample of the whale. But recently, he’s come up with a new source of data: whale snot. Over the last few years, Kerr has been experimenting with flying drones through the slimy particulate matter that shoots up into the air when a whale surfaces to breathe. Petri dishes affixed to the drone pick up the sludge, which is then taken back to a lab for analysis. He calls his tool the “Snotbot”. Aside from the fun factor of flying through clouds of whale snot, Kerr views his research as part of a global conservation effort. "Whales are a great bio indicator of ocean health… so if you want to know what's going on with our oceans, th...
Alaska is home to a large number of whale species. This is a compilation of Alaska whale songs. Enjoy. Credit: This video is courtesy of Relaxing Background Sounds. You can find their channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkBiGHffqFojFEKTq-_bBZQ Check out a longer versions of whale videos here: Blue Whales Sounds (deep bass) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j3haE6TSKT8 Right Whales Sounds https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gqUPehsd3Tc Humpback Whales Sounds https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IsFt6frqrNk Dolphin Sounds https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cSDG6HCQ8XE Beluga https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qAzEjwroxs4 If you appreciate this video, please like, comment, and/or share. Make sure to subscribe for the latest updates. Thanks!
An important study being conducted here at SeaWorld San Diego has the potential to help endangered Southern Resident killer whales in the Pacific Northwest. Dr. Dawn Noren, a research fishery biologist with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Northwest Fisheries Science Center, is studying milk and blood serum samples from new mom Kalia, one of the killer whales here at the park. By analyzing these samples, Dr. Noren will assess the dynamics of persistent organic pollutant (POP) transfer from female killer whales to their calves during gestation and lactation. It is hoped that this multi-year study will provide insight into one of the key risk factors identified for the endangered Southern Resident killer whales in the Pacific Northwest. The high levels of POP ma...
Baylor University (Texas) researchers Stephen Trumble, Ph.D., assistant professor biology, and Sascha Usenko, Ph.D., assistant professor of environmental science, have discovered a novel technique for using whale ear wax to reconstruct whales' lifetime exposure to chemicals and environmental pollutants, as well as time-specific biological information about the endangered mammals. Using this new, previously unattainable data, the professors are able to assess the human impact on individual whales and multiple generations, as well as provide a better understanding of the effect on marine ecosystems. Their research findings appear online in the Sept. 16, 2013, issue of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America.
The University of Otago’s research vessel, the Polaris II, has returned from a successful expedition to the Auckland Islands. Expedition leader Steve Dawson says the focus was on documenting the status of right whales, which breed in the area. The whales made some of the research easier by approaching the Polaris. Dawson says high definition cameras mounted under drones have recorded some stunning images. The drones were also used to track and study the physical condition of the whales. Dawson hopes the footage will help researchers understand the population at the Auckland Islands, and why some whale populations are recovering strongly, while others are not.
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Ten right whales were found dead this summer in the Gulf of St. Lawrence and scientist did necropsies to find out why
Courtesy: Murdoch University via Storyful This video has been uploaded for use by Storyful's subscription clients with the permission of the content owner. To use the video off platform, you must have a Storyful subscription. To obtain a Storyful subscription, contact email@example.com. Murdoch Uni scientists have just published a study today about two whale sharks that are believed to be the two longest studied individual wild sharks in the world. http://media.murdoch.edu.au/two-whale-sharks-and-their-22-year-annual-wa-pilgrimage