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Vermilion rockfish (Sebastes miniatus) and/or canary rockfish (Sebastes pinniger) This video was taken at the Farallon Islands, California; as a part of the data collection for the North Central Coast Marine Protected Area project. Please visit the Institute for Applied Marine Ecology's website at sep.csumb.edu/ifame to learn more about these and other ongoing projects.
Canary rockfish (Sebastes pinniger), vermilion rockfish (Sebastes miniatus), California sea cucumber (Parastichopus californicus), vermilion star (Mediaster aequalis), and giant plumose anemone (Metridium farcimen) This video was taken at Point Arena, California; as a part of data collection for the North Central Coast Marine Protected Area project. Please visit the Institute for Applied Marine Ecology's website at sep.csumb.edu/ifame to learn more about these and other ongoing projects.
Playing the new StarCraft 2 co-op mission "The Vermillion Problem" on brutal. Subscribe for more videos: http://lowko.tv/youtube Most difficult co-op mutator so far: https://goo.gl/0fS6xN There's a new StarCraft 2: Legacy of the Void co-op mission available known as "The Vermillion Problem". The map features the new anchor from the campaign and is based off of the "The Devil's Playground" mission. Lava rises constantly, and the co-op commanders need to make sure they are moving across the map during the downtime to complete objectives, and need to make sure they get to safety during the lava's high tide. Support me on Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/lowkotv More StarCraft 2 live games: http://goo.gl/dhghca StarCraft 2 website: http://www.starcraft2.com StarCraft 2 is a military scien...
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This is video of yelloweye and vermilion rockfish off the coast of Central California on July 17, 2013. . This video was collected as part of a collaborative research effort between the Nature Conservancy (TNC), California Sea Grant (CSG) and the Fisheries & Conservation Biology Lab at Moss Landing Marine Laboratories (MLML) onboard the F/V Donna Kathleen. It was collected using the Video Lander developed by Marine Applied Research and Exploration (MARE). The research project is trying to determine how well the Rockfish Conservation Area closures are working to rebuild depleted rockfish populations. More info: http://seagrant.mlml.calstate.edu/research/rockfish-conservation-studies/
As part of their 2013 Thunderfest, the Lake Erie Offshore Performance Association [LEOPA] ran over to Vermilion for lunch on Sat 20th July. This 20 minute video shows many of the boats arriving in Vermilion and departing. Just in case someone misunderstands the caption about MAX SPEED in the Vermilion River, that was just for fun. All captains handling their boats very well and complied with all rules of the river. It was good to see the associated visiting Vermilion ! You can read more about LEOPA at http://www.LEOPA.com
Since 1990, each week in July four parishes send four 4-H'ers to Marsh Maneuvers camp on the coast of Louisiana to learn about the benefits of the coastal marsh areas and its marine ecosystem. During the four-day camp, the young people learn about coastal ecology and the biology of the coastal area. The camp highlights the coastal erosion problem, and the students discuss the solutions being proposed by state and federal agencies.
ID's: Olive Rockfish (Acanthoclinus fuscus)/Yellowtail Rockfish (Sebastes flavidus), Vermilion rockfish (Sebastes miniatus), China Rockfish (Sebastes nebulosus) This video was taken at the Point Reyes, California; as a part of the data collection for the North Central Coast Marine Protected Area project. Please visit the Institute for Applied Marine Ecology's website at sep.csumb.edu/ifame to learn more about these and other ongoing projects.
Canary Rockfish (Sebastes pinniger) and Vermillion rockfish (Sebastes miniatus) This video is part of the ongoing site characterization of the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary. To view more images in a map interface visit http://sep.csumb.edu/ifame/scid