Most of us realize how important water is, but many don’t really understand how complex, diverse, and beautiful our freshwater ecosystem really is and how it is important to a huge diversity of plants and animals. This infographic was created … Continue reading WATER: East Coast Rivers & Streams Infographic
Charlottetown Wall Spirits – by Art MacKay Many public buildings have wonderful sculptures on them. This one is on a church in Charlottetown, PEI. 5 1/2 x 6 1/2 print on quality semigloss card stock. Price includes shipping in Canada … Continue reading ART PRINTS: Charlottetown Wall Spirits
Grand Manan produces dulse for the world Roughly 1 million pounds of wet dulse is harvested from Grand Manan’s Dark Harbour annually CBC News Posted: Jan 23, 2016 4:30 PM AT Last Updated: Jan 23, 2016 5:50 PM AT Dulse … Continue reading SEAFOOD: Grand Manan, NB produces dulse for the world
It seems every island makes the claim that Captain Kidd buried treasure there and as this colourful story from 1930 shows, Grand Manan is no exception … and they have “Money Cove” to prove it. Read the story here. TREASURE_ The … Continue reading TREASURE: Did Captain Kidd bury treasure at Money Cove, Grand Manan?
THE STORY: Many of us believe that a mystery unexplained remains a mystery and this seems to be true for Isle Haute, a particularly isolated and rugged island lying off Minas Basin in the Bay of Fundy. While the professionals that … Continue reading TREASURE: Pirate Ned Low, Captain Kidd and the Treasure of Isle Haute, NS
UPDATE: Learn more here http://www.whalemapp.org/ Abstract: This study investigates the use of a mobile application, Whale mAPP, as a citizen science tool for collecting marine mammal sighting data. In just over three months, 1261 marine mammal sightings were observed and … Continue reading WHALES: A new mobile app for citizen scientists reporting.
Red Bay, Labrador: Canada’s newest UNESCO World Heritage Site story and photography by Keith and Heather Nicol, Saltscapes Magazine Atlantic Canada’s other UNESCO World Heritage sites Red Bay, Labrador joins the famous pyramids of Egypt and Australia’s Great Barrier Reef … Continue reading LABRADOR: A whale of a history – Saltscapes Magazine
Campobello Island does not have year around direct access to the Canadian mainland. The following presentation provides an outline of a recent study carried out to determine the best way to resolve this problem. Allow enough time for the flipbook … Continue reading ISSUES: Details of the Campobello Ferry Study
Many studies have been carried out in the St. Croix River Estuary over the past 100 years or so. In general, they had relatively narrow and project-specific objectives which were not related to measuring long-term change or assessing the environmental … Continue reading REPORTS: The Environmental Health of the St. Croix Estuary 1604 – 2004
Send your answers to admin@archiveatlantic dot com and we will enter you in the draw for a bird print of your choice. Start from page one and list from left to right. [pdf-embedder url=”https://archiveatlantic.files.wordpress.com/2019/01/815bf-coastal-birds_-can-you-identify-these-40-reasons.pdf” title=”COASTAL BIRDS_ Can you identify these 40 … Continue reading A CHALLENGE: Can you identify these 40 coastal birds?
An extremely powerful video about Northern Pulp’s Boat Harbour and Mill. The killing of aquatic life began immediately on startup in 1960. Reminds me of the death of the St. Croix River and Estuary starting around the same time. In both cases promises … Continue reading POLLUTION: The truth about Boat Harbour mill pollution and the Northumberland Strait