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A record 39 new North Atlantic right whale calves have been spotted in winter nursery waters

A record 39 new North Atlantic right whale calves have been spotted in the winter nursery waters off the southeastern U.S.
"This is actually the first time that right whales have produced up to their potential since we’ve been monitoring them in 30 years."
- Moira Brown, researcher

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A record 39 new North Atlantic right whale calves have been spotted in winter nursery waters

Source: Nova News Now, Thu May 14, 2009
A record 39 new North Atlantic right whale calves have been spotted in the winter nursery waters off the southeastern U.S.

Community rallies to build home for disabled couple

Source: CBC News, Wed March 12, 2008
Salem, New Brunswick, Canada - Five months, $12,000 and the helping hands of 25 volunteers have built a new house for a New Brunswick couple.

Environment should take priority over forestry industry: N.B. survey

Source: CBC, Thu February 28, 2008
New Brunswick, Canada - New Brunswickers place environmental values ahead of the industrial harvesting of forests, suggests a government-commissioned survey released on Wednesday.

Skies to be swept for alien life

Source: BBC News, Sat October 13, 2007
Hat Creek, California - The switch has been thrown on a telescope specifically designed to seek out alien life.

Al Gore & IPCC Share Nobel Peace Prize For 2007

Source: Scoop, Sat October 13, 2007
Oslo, Norway - The Norwegian Nobel Committee has decided that the Nobel Peace Prize for 2007 is to be shared, in two equal parts, between the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and Albert Arnold (Al) Gore Jr. for their efforts to build up and disseminate greater knowledge about man-made climate change, and to lay the foundations for the measures that are needed to counteract such change.

Diversity of marine life in Gulf of Maine region much greater than previously thought

Source: Biology News Net, Mon January 09, 2006
New Brunswick, Canada - The Gulf of Maine Program of the Census of Marine Life, with the Huntsman Marine Science Center of St. Andrews, New Brunswick, announced today the first count of known marine species in the Gulf of Maine region -- more than 50% larger than previous estimates.

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