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Crocodiles, Birds, and Lazy Raccoons: The Montreal Biodome






By Brennan Segarra On January 22nd, our Global Environmental Earth Science class took our first lab trip to Montreal’s Biodome. After a class of reviewing all the core details of how ecosystems function, it was certainly enjoyable to get a close-up look at a few different examples. The Biodome takes a significant effort in not […]

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SCI155: The Biosphere, Yeah!

IMG_20141024_112846Since we arrived in Montreal it has loomed in the distance. That big spiderweb looking orb. I wasn’t really sure what it was at first but on Friday, our Environmental Science class finally got to see what it was all about. Walking up to it felt like approaching this big SciFi laboratory with the building contained in the huge sphere and once we were inside that wasn’t very far off. Continue reading

SCI155: Planetarium visit

planetarium1Last week, our environmental science class visited the Planetarium. One short Metro ride later we arrived at Montréal’s Planetarium on Thursday November 6th just in time for the next showing of Continuum in English later to be followed up by From The Earth To The Stars. Continue reading