Californian red worm

This worm species is dark red or violet-red and striped with antero-posterior and dorso-ventral gradient. Its body is divided into rings or metamerisms, which are visible at naked eye. They are about 8-10 cm long and 3-5 mm in diameter.

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Agave fields in Arandas, Jalisco.

Photography: Salvador Cueva

Being in contact with nature and being able to take pictures of landscapes, makes me enter in a calm mood.

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The role of aquatic plants in water quality

It has been seen that aquatic plants play a transcendent role in the conservation of ecosystems,

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Play landscape be-MINE, Beringen

The team of Carve and Omgeving (design) and Krinkels (contractor) won the international competition to design an adventurous play-scape and landmark on a ‘terril’ in Beringen, Belgium, in January 2015.

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Industrial Landscape

The action of man on the territory, as a consequence of the development of productive activities or consumption over time,

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As disruptive as Alexander von Humboldt

Preparing that great journey to a new place unknown to our senses is something intimate to many of us… What should I bring with me?

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Photography: Merijn Koelink

Tij is the biggest and most striking of a series of objects designed

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The Ravelijn Bridge

Photography: Erik Stekelenburg

The Ravelijn “Op den Zoom” is a fortress-island of the city of Bergen op Zoom in The Netherlands

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Plants in threat

Photography: Cristopher Gonzalez https://creativecommons.org/.

Due to the activities of human beings, several species have been extinct and many others are endangered;

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Designing a Rivergarden

Dikes interior. Photography: ©Superpositions

Near Geneva, the Aire river flows through valleys historically devoted to farming. From late 19th century the river was progressively canalized.

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