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  • Image from Sign With Robert: Babies And Children

    Sign With Robert: Babies And Children - 2015 - 1 hour 22 minutes

    Director/Producer Hilari Scarl and Robert DeMayo, the award-winning actor from "See What I’m Saying: The Deaf Entertainers Documentary," introduce a new comprehensive educational sign language and deaf culture series. Topics covered in this episode include: "Teaching Babies And Baby Signs"; "Animals"; and "Color, Shapes, And Sizes." Please visit www.SignWithRobert.com if interested in purchasing episodes in the series. DCMP members receive a special offer with code DCMP10.

  • Image from In The Grass, On The Reef: The True Value Of A Salt Marsh

    In The Grass, On The Reef: The True Value Of A Salt Marsh - 2012 - 2 minutes

    The salt marshes along Florida’s Gulf Coast provide a variety of ecosystem services and are economically important, but in decline. Dr. Hughes studies these marshes in hopes of finding a way to slow their decline and preserve these services. Part of the series "In The Grass, On The Reef."

  • Image from In The Grass, On The Reef: Weather Effects On Mangroves

    In The Grass, On The Reef: Weather Effects On Mangroves - 2014 - 2 minutes

    Dr. Randall Hughes is conducting an experiment into how well black mangrove propagules from both local and south Florida trees grow in Saint Joseph Bay. Following a harsh winter, she is able to more thoroughly test the survivorship of black mangroves in northern Gulf marshes. Part of the series In "The Grass, On The Reef."

  • Image from In The Grass, On The Reef: Seagrass Beds And Blue Carbon

    In The Grass, On The Reef: Seagrass Beds And Blue Carbon - 2012 - 2 minutes

    Seagrass beds provide an array of services to both humans and animals. Dr. Randall Hughes studies the seagrass beds of Saint Joseph Bay to better understand these services. She also notes the decline of this important ecosystem. Part of the series "In The Grass, On The Reef."

  • Image from In The Grass, On The Reef: Seagrass Wrack In The Salt Marsh

    In The Grass, On The Reef: Seagrass Wrack In The Salt Marsh - 2013 - 2 minutes

    In the summer, seagrasses slough off old shoots and grow new ones. The sloughed off grass is pushed into salt marshes. Dr. Randall Hughes and her crew weigh the benefits of seagrass wrack versus its destructive aspect. Part of the series "In The Grass, On The Reef."

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