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Ghost Forest Art Project

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The Ghost Forest Art Project arrived at the National Botanic Garden of Wales today.

 

"Ghost Forest is an original and ambitious art installation by Angela Palmer which visually expresses the connection between deforestation and climate change."


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Annals of Botany: Plant Science Research's comment, July 30, 2012 5:07 AM
I wonder if the display makes any mention of Wales' own Ghost Forest, off the coast of Borth (central Wales, just north of Aberystwyth). This is about 5000 years old and was submerged by rising sea levels. It is astonishing when visible in the spring during low 'Spring tides' - http://www.ceredigioncoastpath.org.uk/submerged.html
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Ghost Forest Art Project

Ghost Forest Art Project | History of Science Arts | Scoop.it

The Ghost Forest Art Project arrived at the National Botanic Garden of Wales today.

 

"Ghost Forest is an original and ambitious art installation by Angela Palmer which visually expresses the connection between deforestation and climate change."


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Annals of Botany: Plant Science Research's comment, July 30, 2012 5:07 AM
I wonder if the display makes any mention of Wales' own Ghost Forest, off the coast of Borth (central Wales, just north of Aberystwyth). This is about 5000 years old and was submerged by rising sea levels. It is astonishing when visible in the spring during low 'Spring tides' - http://www.ceredigioncoastpath.org.uk/submerged.html
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Why Religion Sucks At Making Scientific Claims

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This young Earth creationist makes an attempt to debunk the theory of evolution by pointing out that life has not spontaneously been created in our food supply (he holds up a can of peanut butter to d...

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Earth as Art: 5 Most Popular Landsat Satellite Images

Earth as Art: 5 Most Popular Landsat Satellite Images | History of Science Arts | Scoop.it

Art: Images from the Big Blue Marble...


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