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Types of Waterways

Types of Waterways

July 1, 2017 by · Leave a Comment 

                              Answers: ERVIR is RIVER CNAEO is OCEAN ROOBK is BROOK ITELN is INLET SRTMEA is STREAM OAONGL is LAGOON HCLNAEN is CHANNEL EATUSYR is ESTUARY

A Water-Filled World

A Water-Filled World

March 1, 2017 by · Leave a Comment 

If the person who named our planet Earth was being accurate, it would have a name that reflects how over 70 percent of the planet is water. What would you call it — Ocean, Liquid, Aqua, Water, or maybe Moisture? I’d probably go with the first choice, as most of all water on our planet […]

What’s in Saltwater?

What’s in Saltwater?

November 17, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

. If you’re in the ocean looking over the side of your boat, what do you see? You may say that you just see seawater, but what you’re looking at is saltwater filled with super-tiny amazing things. Not every saltwater body has the same chemical makeup. Yet generally, there are ions dissolved into the water […]

Don’t Do What I Did

Don’t Do What I Did

July 1, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

One beautiful summer day, back in 2011, I went kayaking with a friend on the North Fork. Both of us were inexperienced, but it was a beautiful morning and we were ready to go! We put on our lifejackets, hopped into our double-seated kayak, and pushed ourselves off the shore. That’s all there is to […]

Kiteboarding

Kiteboarding

May 1, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

Sitting on the Peconic Bay beach on a windy afternoon, you may see people off shore who are defying gravity via flying kites. You’ll also hear them shout as they blast along the water while making huge jumps. They are kiteboarding (also known as kitesurfing), which is a truly three-dimensional sport, with riders mastering the air and the sea using wind power alone.

Oceana by Ted Danson: A Celebrity Writes About the Sea & Not “Me”

Oceana by Ted Danson: A Celebrity Writes About the Sea & Not “Me”

April 1, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

You might expect a star of Ted Danson’s caliber to write a story that is all about himself. However, Oceana is not a tell-all or praise-me kind of book. Rather, it is a must-read for everyone who understands that our oceans are true celebrities.