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- How do I get past the logo to the actual knowledge exchange?(8 votes)
- When are they gonna add more vids to this?(5 votes)
- How can diversity help us(4 votes)
- We learn from people better than us at some things but teach others if you are better than them at something else(4 votes)
- does this really represent the quality of teaching at the California Academy of Sciences? A look at a logo! Either they haven't finished the video or they have under estimated their audience.
So, C.A.S., what is your explanation?(3 votes)
- does each archipeligo have te save bio diverswsity. The Los Roqes archipeligo in Venezuela is unique but how does it differ from other archipeeligos?(4 votes)
- I'm curious. We hear so much about how the Earth is cooling? Your new Biodiversity lesson seems to indicate that there is a correlation between increased CO2 and temperature rise. Which is right?(4 votes)
- [Rich] Hi, and welcome to our course on biodiversity. My name's Rich Mooi, and I'm curator of invertebrate zoology and geology at the California Academy of Sciences. Exploring, explaining and sustaining biodiversity is at the core of the mission of the California Academy of Sciences, and these tutorials are a wonderful way to share our course with you wherever you are on our planet. You can learn more about the structure and the content of the course by reading the welcome materials and, of course, watching the tutorial videos themselves. We've tried to make each topic stand on its own so that you can visit them in any order that you like. Much like visiting islands in an archipelago. The educational and supplementary materials accompanying the videos are developed to enhance the quality of your visits. We hope you'll enjoy all your expeditions throughout the archipelago.