My Latest Musings For 28 October 2016

Here are my recent musings on Nature’s Web of Life.

This series of blog posts contains sources for my musings, my research, and my preparation for my student seminars. I am happy to share with you.  If you find any of the articles interesting, I hope that you will offer your comments at the end of the list.

 

This set of musings focuses on teaching material that might be useful to educators and students who are preparing material on patterns in Nature.

 

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What Is A pattern In Nature: from my own web site

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The Earth’s Most Stunning Fractal Patterns – from Wired Magazine

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National Geographic’s Dazzling Video of a Glowworm Cave in New Zealand

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A Beautiful 3 Minute Video Essay on Patterns In Nature

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Patterns In Nature and the Mathematics Behind Them — a very nice set of slides on the subject thatr might be useful to environmental educators.

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How To: Photograph Patterns in Nature – Through a camera and your contemplative soul, take the time to look around and study Nature’s intimate details, and you’ll see Her infinite variety of patterns

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The Hypnotic Effect of Sunflower Patterns

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A Great Lesson Set on Patterns In Nature — for environmental educators

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The Fibonacci numbers are Nature’s numbering system. They appear everywhere in Nature, from the leaf arrangement in plants, to the pattern of the florets of a flower, the bracts of a pinecone, or the scales of a pineapple.

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Beauty:Patterns In Nature — Lesson Sets

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Pattern Formation in Nature from Princeton University

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Nature’s Unifying Patterns

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My name is Bill Graham. As a Marine Biologist who has worked in the US and Mexico for 30 years, I am a student of Nature, a teacher, a researcher, and a nature photographer. Through my work, I have acquired an ever growing passion for how everything in Nature is connected. Today, I travel extensively contemplating about, writing about, and photographing Nature’s connections. I also work with conservation projects in the USA and Mexico and mentor talented youth.

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