Fascinating how interconnected the system is. Now imagine what happens when we start fracking for shale gas or extracting oil from far sands. :/
Filed under: Science Tagged: Ecosystems, Rivers, Wolves
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Two main ideas contend for how rivers should be treated as they flow through cities. One says they should be left as natural as possible, bordered by grass and trees and unobtrusive pathways. The other says they should be urbanized with paved walks, viewpoints and other urban amenities. Personally, I believe it depends on the . . . → Read More: Bill Longstaff: Calgary’s RiverWalk gains international recognition
I was in Toronto last week and finally had a chance to get my hands on Rivers Forgotten, Jeremy Kai’s stunning book of underground photos (Koyama Press, 2011).
Kai has spent years exploring the cavernous system of storm sewers that run below Toronto’s streets. Working in very challenging conditions, he has produced a book . . . → Read More: openalex: Rivers Forgotten – The Underground World Beneath City Streets