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VOS1 07 Full Episode - Farming Oysters and Algae
We tour the Pacific Aquaculture and Coastal Resources center at UH Hilo where they grow oysters and oyster food. Find out more at voiceofthesea.org.
Views: 32444 Voice of the Sea TV
Sea of Stars - Vaadhoo Island, Maldives
As night falls on certain beaches around the world, the waves glow with an eerie blue light, neon dots that make it look as though stars are washing up on shore. What you’re seeing is actually millions of microscopic organisms called bioluminescent phytoplankton. Some of the most spectacular photographs have been captured from one location, Vaadhoo island, Maldives, which has been nick named the sea of stars. The Maldives is a tropical nation in the Indian Ocean composed of 26 ring-shaped atolls, which are made up of more than 1,000 coral islands. Thanks for watching. ____________________________________________________________________ ► Wonder World Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/wonderworld.ytc.10 ► Wonder World Twitter - https://twitter.com/WonderWorld_YTC For business enquiries, content submission or copyright concerns or disputes, please contact us me
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Virtual Villagers 2: Getting Rid of the Green Algae
This is a guide of how to get rid of the green algae in Virtual Villagers: The Lost Children If this helped don't forget to leave a like and subscribe :)
Views: 16426 KingofSly
What is Agar Agar?  How Do You Use It?
Agar agar is a vegan gelatine alternative derived from algae. I'll be telling you what it is and how to use it. It's use in culinary applications is becoming more widespread as more people choose to eliminate animal products from their diets. In this video, I made a rain drop cake to show the gelling properties of agar powder. There are a number of differences between agar agar and gelatine which I highlight in the video and I also explain how to properly use it for maximum success. There is a very specific method for making agar agar based gelled products that needs to be followed. If you are looking to purchase agar, you can find it at your local health food store or asian supermarket. Feel free to follow me on Instagram: @kaccreative Twitter: @kaccreative If you're like me and are lazy, you can buy the agar that I used here: http://amzn.to/2HlziwC The Recipe to make the raindrop cake: 250 ml water .5 ml agar powder 2 tbsp sugar 1.25 ml orange blossom flavouring Some of the Equipment I use to film this: My camera: http://amzn.to/2EsioxU My Favourite Lens: http://amzn.to/2E8wVzf Stabilizer: http://amzn.to/2sgwRrH Kitchen Stuff Agar: http://amzn.to/2BhBRPB Whipping Siphon: http://amzn.to/2C7DCM3 N20 charges: http://amzn.to/2ERFueX The above are affiliate links.
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South Sea Pearl Farming by Edward Kong documentary @ RTM
Best quality,Natural luster,Original colour,Finest pearl,NOT tarnish by perfume. Mutiara asli,tulen,semula jadi,mutiara terbaik di dunia dari Malaysia. 71,Jalan Maarof, Bangsar 59000 Kuala Lumpur. 03-2287 8817
Views: 11958 EDWARDKONG71
Oyster Farming at Tio Point
Bruce Hearn has developed a system for farming flat oysters to sell live in the shell
Views: 73015 Rural Delivery
Oysters and Algae Online - Maria Haws pearl oysters
Maria Haws shows off the Hawaiian pearl oyster - a delicious and beautiful but rare find these days. The oysters are much smaller than the Pacific Oyster. They are being cultured for research and conservation, in an attempt to restore natural populations and create viable economic solutions for food and jewelry purposes. Find out more at voiceofthesea.org.
Views: 282 Voice of the Sea TV
How to clean your shells you collected from the beach
A great way to clean your shells. You can use baby oil after they dry to make them shine. Thanks for watching. Keep smiling :)
Views: 98576 Jennifer Mowan5
How to Hard Reset Your Fish Tank! No More Algae with No Chemicals 4K
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Saba Diving Ladder Labyrinth 7 Sea Pearl
The Sea Pearl (aka Bubble Algae) is the largest known (single celled) algae. http://ocean.si.edu/ocean-photos/bubble-algae-ventricaria-ventricosa
Views: 139 David Holshouser
How Does the Ocean Affect Oxygen on Earth? - 10 Facts
The oxygen on this planet is directly linked to the ocean and its marine life. On this episode, we bring you 10 shocking facts about oxygen and the ocean. 10. Earth Planet Earth’s weight excluding the core is made up of 49% oxygen, when including the core 30% of its total mass is oxygen. While abundant with oxygen the earth’s mantle doesn’t release free oxygen into the atmosphere, the only way free oxygen is released is from photosynthesis. 9. The Source 25% of all oxygen comes from plants, trees and vegetation on land the remaining, shocking right all those untouched mountain ranges full of trees combined only produce one quarter of the air we breathe. 75% comes from phytoplankton, algae, cyanobacteria and kelp in the ocean. 8. Atmosphere The air we breathe is only contains 21% oxygen, 78% is nitrogen and the remaining 1% is made up of argon, carbon dioxide and methane, you know cow farts. Two-thirds of the weight of living creatures comes from oxygen, but aren’t human’s mostly made of water? True, the oxygen in water weighs 88.9% of its total mass. 7. Phytoplankton 71% of the world is covered in water, with that said 74% of all species on earth are aquatic. Why is this important? Because 75% of our air comes from the ocean but how? Primarily whales and phytoplankton. See phytoplankton are microscopic marine plants, you know those big plooms of turquoise streaks you see on world images from space, they are the primary food source for fish. 6.Whales Whales are in integral part of the air supply on earth. Whales consume, phytoplankton, fish and krill, to do so they must swim to the deep depths of the ocean to find a meal, the vertical currents whales produce brings nutrients from the ocean floor upwards, feeding everything in the ocean at different levels. 5. Mixing it Up There are 2 primary ways those nutrients get off the ground though, 1 as already mentioned is from whales. Whales are gigantic and produce huge amounts of current. The Cuvier’s Beaked Whale is the deepest diving mammal on earth followed by the Sperm Whale. They dive over 7,000 feet or 2000 meters below the ocean’s surface in search for food. Now in comparison to nature itself, all the tidal motion, waves and wind combined only accounts for 50% of ocean water being mixed up the remaining 50%, you guessed it, comes from whales. 4. Fishing Fishing by humans has drastically reduced the amount of fish in the ocean but even more so, fisherman hate whales because they eat fish. So fisherman will kill whales in hope to catch more fish but by doing so they’d actually drastically affected the marine life cycle. 3. Depleted Oxygen In 50 years the oceanic oxygen levels has dropped by 2% while this might not sound like much, most marine mammals won’t be able to survive in the ocean once it drops by 7% which is projected to be the case by 2100. 96% decline of bluefin tuna in the ocean. You heard me right where there used to be 100 bluefin tuna, now there is 4. 2. Farming 2.7 Trillion fish are caught from the ocean every year, 40% or almost 1.1 trillion fish are discarded as bycatch. A large amount, around 30% of fish are ground up into pellets and fed to cows, chickens and pigs making them the world’s largest oceanic predator.. But what does this have to do with oxygen or the ocean. Currently there are 500 nitrogen dead zones around the world, this is definitely not the same world grandpa grew up in. 1. Pollution 80% of pollution in the ocean comes from land based activities. The primary offenders include, oil from oil spills, toxic chemicals from air pollution to chemical dumping, fertilizers which come from lawns and farms, garbage like plastic, balloons, bottles, shoes, etc. and sewage whether it be from animal agriculture or urban sewage. Even jackets made of synthetic materials have been shown to break off small particles of plastic in washing machines and end up in fish in the ocean. http://www.fao.org/3/a-i5555e.pdf https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2016/jun/20/microfibers-plastic-pollution-oceans-patagonia-synthetic-clothes-microbeads Check out some of our other videos: Top 10 Fruits You’ve Never Heard Of Part 2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hRdgPyZF45g&feature=youtu.be Top 10 Fruits You’ve Never Heard Of https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OKTej1u-7-0&feature=youtu.be Top 5 Most EXTREME Roller Coasters https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sTofF4_OPkM&feature=youtu.be Top 10 Craziest Lego Creations – Lego Sculptures to Blow Your Mind! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mip9G0_rUTk&feature=youtu.be Top 10 LONGEST LIVING Creatures on Earth https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IDaPH_ZGiVw&feature=youtu.be 10 SHOCKING Photos That Will Leave You SPEECHLESS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k1PdOc8QjR4&feature=youtu.be For copyright matters please contact: [email protected] Intro music thanks to Machinmasound: Rallying the Defense: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ruPk4RD19Nw
Views: 3923 Earth Titan
Sea shell Collection : How to clean seashells ? Everything to know about cleaning shells !
This video will teach you how to clean your seashells from A to Z ! No need to use acid. Bleach treatment is explained and filmed. How to get rid of algae and corals. Which shell families can be cleaned and which must not be ! Another Video (short) can be checkd there : https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=M3m4RY-VYWY
200g Reef Tank - Episode 40 - Green Hair Algae
Ahoy shipmates, well in this episode you will see that the black pearl is under attack from green hair algae. End result of all the secret feeding my son was doing in the sump. I also changed out my halide bulbs as I didn't really like the look of it as it was to yellow for my liking. Although I know the corals grow faster with the likes of 10000k or 14000k bulbs. I decided to go for 16000k as I have had 20000k before on an old tank. But that was to blue so I went for in between the 14's & 20's with the 16's and I'm very pleased with the colour. Just got to wait to see how the corals react to the change and see if they colour up nicely. Hopefully I will still get good growth with these bulbs. If not then I'll change back to 14000k. Time will tell...... Thanks for watching & happy reefing shipmates Aaarrrrrrrrrr...
Views: 8611 JDReef
DestinAsian - Lombok's South Sea Pearls
Tucked away in a secluded bay off the Indonesian island of Lombok, some of the world's most valuable cultured pearls are being brought to life. Autore has been cultivating South Sea pearls since 1991—a painstaking process that begins with the cultivation of six species of algae, which are brought in from Australia, and ends in a matured oyster with its prized pearl. From cultivation to harvesting, the process takes four years. Join DestinaAsian's video team as we take a behind-the-scenes look at Autore's Lombok pearl farm. Tours of the facility are available for around US$20 per person and can be reserved by calling 62-370/684-4895. Website: http://destinasian.com Follow our Twitter: http://twitter.com/DestinAsian_Mag Like our Facebook: http://facebook.com/DestinAsian.Mag Follow us on Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/destinasian
Views: 10299 DestinAsian Magazine
Formation of a Pearl | Secret Life of Pearls
Australia’s South Sea Pearl Oyster produces the most valuable pearls on Earth. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoWILDSubscribe #NatGeoWILD #Pearls #Oysters About National Geographic Wild: National Geographic Wild is a place for all things animals and for animal-lovers alike. Take a journey through the animal kingdom with us and discover things you never knew before, or rediscover your favorite animals! Get More National Geographic Wild: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoWILD Facebook: http://bit.ly/NGWFacebook Twitter: http://bit.ly/NGWTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NGWInstagram Formation of a Pearl | Secret Life of Pearls https://youtu.be/m07OvPEoR6g Nat Geo Wild https://www.youtube.com/user/NatGeoWild
Views: 2654258 Nat Geo WILD
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Japanese Delicacy Seaweed "Green Caviar"
Discover Green Caviar also known as Sea Grapes, Umibudo or Seaweed Pearls are now available on https://seagrapes24.com Sea grapes, also known as Umibudo, is a tropical aquatic vegetable that is very popular in Japan where it is considered a delicacy. It is highly regarded for its succulent appearance, refreshing taste and pleasing “pop” when you eat it. The sea grapes seem to almost explode in the mouth releasing a unique flavor of the sea! In search of other secrets of nature, we have found in Japan: Green caviar! Sea water plants with the highest nutrient density from the genus of Caulerpa Lentillifera algae, a natural seaweed – alga, which is cultivated, cultivated and processed in Japan. Each bag ordered contains 3.5oz/100g dehydrated Umibudo algae which yields about 500g/1 pound of fresh sea grapes once soaked. This kind of seaweed can reach up to 5 meters in length but only the extremities including the so called “sea grapes” are consumed. Here in Okinawa, Japan we harvest our sea grapes where they have been enjoyed for eons. Sea grapes are usually eaten raw with vinegar, as a snack or in a salad. You can enjoy them raw with soy sauce or rice vinegar mixed with mustard. Due to their exceptional surface, these aquatic plants can absorb valuable nutrients such as amino acids, mineral salts, trace elements, vitamins, polyphenols and flavonoids from the seawater and – in comparison to terrestrial plants – store up to 1000 times higher concentration. In Japan, this alga is a delicacy and makes for a fantastic decoration. The sea pearls/sea grapes are eaten fresh, dressed as a salad or simply as a snack in between. They slightly taste like seaweed and have a consistency like real caviar, a crisp freshness kick when eating the natural sea grapes is guaranteed.
Views: 824 Seagrapes24
Giant algae bloom in Arabian Sea
30 years ago, algal bloom were unknown to the Gulf of Oman, as algae stayed put beneath the surface. Scientists based at the Columbia University link the Arabian Sea condition to the melting of the Himalayan ice due to global warming and climate change. They resemble a toxic spill and wreck the local ecosystem. Content: R. Keerthana
Views: 3610 The Hindu
VOS1Online 07 C Oysters and Algae Online  Maria Haws  Algae
Growing algae - it's a hot job! Maria Haws explains why algae is the basis of aquaculture and how algae cultivation is also important in producing biofuel. Find out more at voiceofthesea.org
Views: 518 Voice of the Sea TV
Underwater Forest
It's one of the most spectacular underwater ecosystems on our planet: the kelp forest. In amongst sponges, rocks and ghostly, swaying seaweed, the Earth Touch divers discover a world of colourful marine life.
Views: 80572 Earth Touch
Giant clams are no myth. In New England, people love clam chowder, but in the Pacific, some of the clams are as big as a suitcase! On an expedition to Micronesia, Jonathan goes in search of Giant Clams. These clams are so big that people used to think they caught people--and it almost looks like they could. It turns out that the problem is too many people eating the clams. ********************************************************************** If you like Jonathan Bird's Blue World, don't forget to subscribe! You can buy some Blue World T-shirts & Swag! http://www.blueworldtv.com/shop You can join us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/BlueWorldTV Twitter https://twitter.com/BlueWorld_TV Instagram @blueworldtv Web: http://www.blueworldTV.com ********************************************************************** Compared to those little New England clams, this tropical clam is a monster. But I heard about giant Killer clams here in the tropical Pacific that can reach 3 feet across and several hundred pounds. The real question is why do they call them Killer Clams? Do they kill people? Can they grab you by the foot? I don’t know but we’re here to find out. I have come to the middle of the Pacific ocean to find a Giant clam, more specifically known as the Tridacna clam. In the Marshall Islands, people have been eating Tridacna clams for thousands of years. A mature Tridacna can feed quite a few people. Except for being a bit heavy, hunting these clams isn’t very hard…it’s not like they can get away. So they have been over-harvested in most of the Pacific, and finding them these days is not an easy task. I set out to a secret place in the Marshall Islands where there are supposed some giant clams. Well, this is the spot so I guess now its time to go look for some killer clams! When I hit the water, I start to search for the clam. The reef is beautiful, with healthy coral everywhere. This is a perfect place for a Tridacna. All I have to do is look around. At least I see a Tridacna clam! It's grown into the reef—so it’s a little hard to spot. It responds to my hand movements. That's because it is sensitive to light and when my hand casts a shadow on it, the clam retracts to protect itself. This is why people thought they were dangerous. Could a clam this large actually grab my hand? Lets find out. I put my hand into the clam and it closes—but the clam can't actually close all the way. All my fingers are still there. So much for the killer clam. Tridacna clams live in shallow, sunlit waters. This is no coincidence, because they are solar-powered. The clams have symbiotic algae in their tissue. The algae absorbs the energy from the sun and turns it into energy that it shares with the clam. Without the sun, and the algae to turn it into energy, the clam would die. Clams also feed on plankton in the water. They have two openings, called siphons. The clam slurps up water through the incurrent siphon, and filters the water through a sieve, extracting the plankton. Then the water comes back out through the excurrent siphon. The giant clam can filter hundreds gallons of water every day with this method. Unfortunately, there isn’t much plankton in clear tropical water. That’s why the clams need the algae. These reefs would be teeming with giant clams except for the fact that they taste good—so they have been overfished. Here on the island of Kosrae, overfishing of giant clams in the past has left the reefs depleted of these incredible animals, so the solution is a clam farm! Kosrae is known for having one of the world’s few Tridacna clam farms. Here they raise hundreds of the clams both for food, and to release into the wild. A dozen large tanks have clams of different sizes soaking up the tropical sun. Seawater is pumped in from the ocean. These clams make their own food from sunlight, just like plants. All they need is a circulating water supply and time to grow. As you might expect, they don’t grow very fast. So if a 5 pound clam takes 7 years to grow, we can only imagine how old this clam is. This hundred pound tridacna might easily be more than 50 years old. It's three feet across! Experts say that they may live for a hundred or more years. So the are old clams, and they're big clams, but they're not really killer clams. They sit on the bottom and collect sunlight. They're about as dangerous as sponges, but that's a story for another day.
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Ek Villain | Glowing Plankton : Behind The Scenes
Shraddha Kapoor and Director Mohit Suri talk about the effort which went behind creating the beautiful plankton scene in the song Galliyan. Ek Villain Releases worldwide on 27th June.
Views: 128008 BalajiMotionPictures
Oysters and Algae Online - Kevin Hopkins
Kevin Hopkins tours us around the Pacific Aquaculture & Coastal Resources Center at UH Hilo, explaining how students and staff together build and maintain all aspects of the facility. Tuna tanks, oysters, marine mammals, A degree UH Hilo means you are set to aquaculture of various species, from sturgeon to oysters to tuna! FFind out more at voiceofthesea.org.
Views: 768 Voice of the Sea TV
SEA FOAM Cleanser with Pearl Powder & Marine Algae. SEA FOAM Foam con Polvo de Perlas y Algas Marinas. http://highnaturalcosmetics.com/ SEA DROP Loción Infundida de Perlas Blancas y Algas Marinas.. SEA DROP Infused White Pearl Lotion & Marine Algae
Why Sea Cucumbers Are Dangerous
Sea cucumbers are rather inconspicuous animals and are certainly not the most well-known sea creatures. They are nonetheless of enormous importance for the oceans and us humans. But don't get too excited because despite their harmless appearance they are actually not as safe to handle as one might think. In this video, you find out why. Sources: http://www.uas.alaska.edu/arts_sciences/naturalsciences/biology/tamone/catalog/echinodermata/Cucumaria_vegae/body_structure_and_physiology.html https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2705372/ https://www.hindawi.com/journals/tswj/2014/527234/ http://www.fao.org/docrep/007/y5501e/y5501e0y.htm http://www.fao.org/fishery/culturedspecies/Stichopus_japonicus/en http://www.fao.org/in-action/globefish/fishery-information/resource-detail/en/c/1113389/ https://peerj.com/articles/1779/ http://www.mapress.com/zootaxa/2010/f/zt02449p048.pdf https://sciencing.com/functions-ampulla-starfish-8788738.html http://www.petcha.com/sea-cucumbers/ https://www.innovations-report.com/html/reports/life-sciences/sea-cucumbers-the-vacuum-cleaners-of-the-oceans.html https://www.dovemed.com/diseases-conditions/sea-cucumber-irritation/ Music by Second Suspense https://soundcloud.com/second-suspense https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUG_Jo3z02CxZ9QSFOJXFRA Thanks for watching. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
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Big changes in the Sargasso Sea
The Sargasso Sea occupies almost two thirds of the North Atlantic Ocean. Within this sea, circling ocean currents accumulate mats of Sargassum seaweed that shelter a surprising variety of fishes, snails, crabs, and other small animals. A recent paper by MBARI researchers shows that in 2011 and 2012 this animal community was much less diverse than it was in the early 1970s, when the last detailed studies were completed in this region. This study shows that animal communities in the Sargasso Sea are definitely changing. The next step is to find out why. Special thanks to: Schmidt Ocean Institute for support and funding KAI Institute, Don Montague & Joe Brock Debbie Nail Meyer Carola Buchner NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center Scientific Visualization Studio Monterey Bay Aquarium Wikipedia / World Ocean Atlas (CC BY-SA 3.0) Video producer: Susan vonThun Script and narration: Susan vonThun Production support: Lonny Lundsten, Kyra Schlining, Nancy Jacobsen Stout, Judith Connor, Christine Huffard, Ken Smith Music: "Aqua lounge", www.freestockmusic.com MBARI press release: http://www.mbari.org/news/news_releases/2014/sargasso/sargasso-release.html Original journal article: C.L. Huffard, S. von Thun, A.D. Sherman, K. Sealey and K.L. Smith, Jr. (2014) Pelagic Sargassum community change over a 40-year period: temporal and spatial variability. Marine Biology, http://rd.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs00227-014-2539-y
How to Draw Coral Step by Step for Kids
Thanks for watching our Channel. How to Draw Coral Step by Step for Kids how to draw coral reefs, how to draw coral reef plants, how to draw coral step by step, how to draw coral, how to draw coral for kids, how to draw coral reef easy, how to draw a coral reef for beginners, how to draw a coral reef for kids Please Subscribe our Channel to get newest and latest Drawing tutorial. 📺 SUBSCRIBE to our channel here: https://bit.ly/2Mi3L3Y Thank you: Music Credit : http://www.purple-planet.com
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Oysters and Algae Online - Michael Moe
Hatchery technition Michael Moe shows us the most important component in raising oysters - growing their algae food! The algae grow in large bag columns of colorful, beautiful of algae. Find out more at voiceofthesea.org.
Views: 1334 Voice of the Sea TV
Seaweed Algae Mask- Tina Tries It
Welcome back to Tina Tries it! In this episode, I try out a Seaweed Algae Mask that has moisturizing benefits as well as oil control and anti-acne properties. Product Used: https://m.aliexpress.com/s/item/32668498928.html ___________________________ I’ve recently started a new VLOG Channel with my boyfriend Alfred so check it out and subscribe! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQpNuLoVF0GKWazuJ21RXWw ___________________________ Find me on: Instagram: http://instagram.com/tina_yong SnapChat: tina_yong Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Tinayongfanpage Twitter: https://twitter.com/tina_yong Website: http://www.tinayong.com Equipment Used: Microphone: Rodelink Wireless http://amzn.to/2b9lglt Lighting: Ring Light http://amzn.to/2b9lIjs Soft Boxes http://amzn.to/2fUZVNU Camera: Canon 70D http://amzn.to/2bMYobp Canon G97X Mark II http://amzn.to/2fV1drX Canon 24-70mm Lens 2.8 http://amzn.to/2b9lqcD Editing Program: Adobe Premier Pro CC *This video is not sponsored
Views: 321833 Tina Yong
Oysters and Algae Online- Forrest Peterson
Forrest Peterson, graduate student at UH Hilo, who grew up on a clam farm in the Marshal islands, shows how algae is grown, in large quantities, to feed other organisms like oysters. We learn how a mixed diet gives the oysters a balanced diet. The oysters themselves get new water every two days! Find out more at voiceofthesea.org.
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Hannah Bronfman's Blue Majik Recipes • Tasty
For more videos like this, subscribe to Goodful: https://bzfd.it/2QApoPk Pre-order Hannah's book: http://hbfit.com/pre-order-hannahs-book-do-what-feels-good-now/ Order Blue Majik here: https://amzn.to/2Bx0gze About Goodful: Feel better, be better, and do better. Subscribe to Goodful for all your healthy self care needs, from food to fitness and everything in between! Credits: https://www.buzzfeed.com/bfmp/videos/72296 --- Subscribe to Tasty: https://bzfd.it/2ri82Z1 About Tasty: The official YouTube channel of all things Tasty, the world's largest food network. From recipes, world-class talent, and top-of-the-line cookware, we help connect food lovers in every way they interact with food. Connect with Tasty: Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/buzzfeedtasty Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/buzzfeedtasty/ Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/tasty Check out our website: https://www.tasty.co/ Shop the Tasty Kitchenware line: https://t.co/0dPSuobra7 MUSIC Friendly World_Full Licensed via Warner Chappell Production Music Inc. On Our Way Home_FullMix Licensed via Warner Chappell Production Music Inc. A Day In The Life_fullmix Licensed via Warner Chappell Production Music Inc. Easy Peasy_Fullmix Licensed via Warner Chappell Production Music Inc. Awaken_Full Licensed via Warner Chappell Production Music Inc. STILLS Four various heaps of protein powder (vanilla, strawberry, chocolate, banana) baibaz/Getty Images Empty open seashell 3d rendering koya79/Getty Images Spirulina algae pills, spirulina powder. Vegetarian food. Plant vector Illustration. AndSim/Getty Images China map of black contour curves of vector illustration ElenVD/Getty Images Glass of Pina Colada. Beach Bar Julia_Albul/Getty Images algae at sea Marcotrapani/Getty Images Hanging natural pearl necklace, isolated on white LVV/Getty Images South East Asia countries map on a globe EyeOfPaul/Getty Images VIDEO Toasting bread slices yelo34/Getty Images hands holding blue majik smoothie bowl approaching camera lens imyskin/Getty Images superfood, blue majik, spirulina smoothie dolly, macro imyskin/Getty Images vintage sepia colored world map - zoom in to Asia - blank version braverabbit/Getty Images blue majik, spirulina powder, super food imyskin/Getty Images blue majik, spirulina powder, super food imyskin/Getty Images blue majik, spirulina powder, super food imyskin/Getty Images Happy young woman applying face mask in bathroom. artursfoto/Getty Images tropical andaman seascape scenic off kata beach phuket thailand with wave crashing on sandy shore Panya_/Getty Images Shells on the beach. Dmitro2009/Getty Images The sun's rays pervade the water Rotko_Olga/Getty Images the knife spreads butter on black bread valtron84/Getty Images 8mm Film Effect Green Screen Filter v2 Loopable carlballou/Getty Images Hannah Bronfman's Blue Majik Recipes • Tasty https://www.youtube.com/c/buzzfeedtasty
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DOMINATING ON PEARL DEFENSE! - Deeeep.io Pearl Defense Highlights
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Oysters and Algae Online - Brian Koval shows off the oyster brood stock
Spawning Oysters - Brian Koval, hatchery manager, gives us a tour of the Pacific Aquaculture & Coastal Resources Center oyster hatchery and its brood stock.
Views: 1523 Voice of the Sea TV
Planted Tanks - 25 Things I Wish Someone Told Me When I Got Started
If you like this video you might like my podcast at www.tspc.co All the items mentioned in this video are linked to below. Before that though let me say a huge thank you to the following YouTube content producers for teaching us all so much about this hobby. Aquarium Coop - My overall Favorite - https://www.youtube.com/user/AquariumCoop King of DIY - https://www.youtube.com/user/uarujoey Flip Aquatics - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwqXcfzaWIkNPtvlYuLb1Dg Serpa Design - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGzXtNdhjPxvCNWFme1bG0g Foo the Flowerhorn - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3Kk8tvhHkWMMfKBb0q0X9g Dustin’s Fish Tanks - https://www.youtube.com/user/Dustinsfishtanks Marks Shrimp Tanks - https://www.youtube.com/user/Markpeggie1 Rachel O’leary - https://www.youtube.com/user/msjinkzd Items Mentioned in the Video if I missed any let me know in the comments. Aquarium Intake Sponges from Aquarium Co-Op - http://bit.ly/2SXArQB Easy Green Fertilizer - http://bit.ly/2RUVfuw EtekCity Laser Thermometer - http://bit.ly/2DfbXgh Python Vacuum - http://bit.ly/2TT0WGY Dr. Earth Premium Gold Fertilizer - http://bit.ly/2Fwh6my Aquascaping tools I use - https://amzn.to/2FAoSei Carib Sea Eco Complete - https://amzn.to/2M8KtLP NICREW BrightLED Aquarium Light, High Illumination 20 Inch Light - Great for 10 gallon tanks and cheap and works - https://amzn.to/2VNqfvS Finnex Stingray Lights - Currently My Go To Value Light - They look great, grow plants well and are reasonably priced. - https://amzn.to/2FDvRmH Current USA Satellite Freshwater LED Plus Light - Lots of bells and whistles, make your tanks look awesome with tons of customization. That said I think the Finnex does better for the money. - https://amzn.to/2VXGK8z Razor Scraping Tools Cheap, Multipurpose, Effective DO NOT USE ON ACRYLIC - https://amzn.to/2McRyeA Superglue Gel - So much cheaper on amazon then in stores, 12 pack is only about 7 bucks. - https://amzn.to/2Mc3dKs If I missed something or you want a recommendation for something just ask. All my notes from this video 1. You should likely start with a cheap 10 gallon tank, perhaps a 20 long. Use it to cut future expenses. 2. I love tanks that are 100% natural but in the beginnign hot rod your filter and get the carbon out of it. Use a spounge filter and a OTB or similar filter. 3. Use either a dirt and capped substrait or a prepared substrate like Carib Sea 4. Fertilizer is your friend, I love Easy Green, Dr. Earth has worked fine in my substrate so far. 5. Get a decent set of planting/scaping tools 6. In general avoid forums, listen to experts Corey, Joey, Marks Tanks, etc. 7. Take pictures over time, you don't really notice the change when it is gradual. 8. Start with Low tech tanks, no co2, decent lights 9. Try to find plants if you can that are grown submerged, without co2 is a bonus 10. If you are doing any hard scaping set it up before you plant and remember the rule of thirds. Also make sure you don't over hard scape if you want lots of plants. 11. Start with nano fish and include shrimp 12. Don't worry about snails, they are great and simple to control 13. Yes algae does show up even in well ballanced tanks, it simply doesn't get out of hand in them. 14. Select "easy plants" try one of each of many, run with the ones that do well for you. My favorites are Vallisneria Dwarf Sag, Wisteria, Water Sprite, Anubias, Rotalla, Java Moss, Amazon Sword, Ambulia, Pearl Weed 15. Consider floating plants like duck weed, water lettuce, salvinia. Also can float wisteria, pearl weed, sprite. 16. Don't get married to a tank, don't see it as a permant thing, you are going to change it up at some point. 17. Get a laser temp gun, yes they work well. It is just as easy and fast as an in tank thermometer. 18. Initially water changes make sense weekly, but over time too much water changing can destabilize natural CO2. Make algae worse, etc. If you tank is stable just top it off. 19. Clean your glass before you notice algae on it. 20. Unless you can automate water changes get a python. 21. Treat new plants for algae. You can use bleach but I prefer Peroxide. 22. Don't judge your tanks based on the "perfect tanks" you see online. 23. In larger tanks standard plecos along with black, rainbow, red tail sharks do a great job of controlling algae. 24. Schedule a day for maintenance once a week and treat it like a job but don't let it become one. 25. Enjoy the worlds you create for what they are.
Views: 1149 Jack Spirko
Sea Cucumber Poop Is Surprisingly Good For the Ecosystem | Nat Geo Wild
There are about 1,250 different species of sea cucumber across the world's oceans. This is Thelenota anax. And yes, it's doing what you think it's doing. Sea cucumber poop is surprisingly important for the ecosystem. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoWILDSubscribe #NatGeoWild #SeaCucumber #Poop About National Geographic Wild: National Geographic Wild is a place for all things animals and for animal-lovers alike. Take a journey through the animal kingdom with us and discover things you never knew before, or rediscover your favorite animals! Get More National Geographic Wild: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoWILD Facebook: http://bit.ly/NGWFacebook Twitter: http://bit.ly/NGWTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NGWInstagram This one picks up sediment with an array of tentacles and stuffs it into its mouth. Sea cucumbers digest organic material and eject everything else. So, what comes out is actually cleaner than what went in. "Cleaner" sand may prevent algal blooms, which can cause fish to suffocate from lack of oxygen. Also, subtropical seagrass beds appear to grow better wherever sea cucumbers are around. Coral reefs benefit from the alkalinity of the sea cucumbers droppings, buffering them from the effects of ocean acidification. Sea cucumbers don't look the part, but they have an important role underwater. Read more in: Watch: Sea Cucumbers Are The Ocean’s Vacuum Cleaners https://on.natgeo.com/2Ny1TSh Sea Cucumber Poop Is Surprisingly Good For the Ecosystem | Nat Geo Wild https://youtu.be/LO1epZE7js4 Nat Geo Wild https://www.youtube.com/user/NatGeoWild
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Pearls from a lake named "tai", Wuxi, China
2006.7.17 太湖
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New Way to Grow Oysters
Jay Styron has a new method to grow oysters- in cages that float on the surface of the water. We travel to Cedar Island on the NC coast to take a look.
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Pearl farming in India
The demand for pearls is high in India, but it is mostly met through imports. Pearl farming is not that easy as we think. The idea is to use indigenous freshwater mussels found in rivers, lakes or ponds to develop pearls. Mussels are available everywhere locally, but people don’t know that pearls can be cultured in mussels.” The shell fish are then tied in nets and are kept hanging in a pond or river. The mussels are fed with algae, cow dung and groundnut for a year, by which time the pearls are ready to be harvested. “We hope to get fishermen to culture pearls. It can be done along with fish farming. While cultivating 1,000 mussels, about 300 to 400 mussels can be cultured for pearls. The cost of culturing one pearl is Rs 12 to Rs 15, but it fetches a price of Rs 250 to Rs 1,000.” Pearl are expensives and can be used for good Purposes. Source: http://www.karipearls.com/ This footage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of HD imagery from South Asia. The collection comprises of 150, 000+ hours of high quality broadcast imagery, mostly shot on HDCAM / SR 1080i High Definition, Alexa, SR, XDCAM and 4K. Write to us for licensing this footage on a broadcast format, for use in your production! We are happy to be commissioned to film for you or else provide you with broadcast crewing and production solutions across South Asia. We pride ourselves in bringing the best of India and South Asia to the world... Please subscribe to our channel wildfilmsindia on Youtube for a steady stream of videos from across India. Also, visit and enjoy your journey across India at www.clipahoy.com , India's first video-based social networking experience! Reach us at rupindang [at] gmail [dot] com and [email protected] To SUBSCRIBE click the below link: www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=WildFilmsIndia Like & Follow Us on: Facebook: www.facebook.com/WildernessFilmsIndiaLimited Website: www.wildfilmsindia.com
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Starr Mountain Oysters, Etowah Tennessee: Treasure of the Sea
Finding a pearl in an oyster is the ultimate treasure hunt. This is how Starr Mountain Oysters makes the dream come true. No shovels required.
Views: 623 Gayle Crabtree
Crodarom® Green Caviar - A Sustainably Sourced Skin Hydration Solution
J-beauty is back in 2018. Based on old Japanese beauty rituals, this ingredient mixes science and nature to reach a subtle and elegant beauty through hydration. Originally found in South East Asia, Green Caviar is a secret of the inhabitants of Okinawa called “the longevity island”. Crodarom has developed a reliable win-win partnership with its supplier to sustainably source this ingredient in the Philippines. This remineralising pearl of algae is the perfect solution to help bring hydration while limiting the water loss due to its hygroscopic qualities. At 3%, Crodarom Green Caviar significantly increases skin hydration versus placebo and thus helping to fight against skin dehydration all day long. For more information, contact us at [email protected] or visit our website https://www.crodapersonalcare.com/en-gb/products-and-applications/product-finder/product/4143/Crodarom_1_Green_1_Caviar
Views: 2392 Croda Personal Care
State studies water quality impact of oysters in Pearl Harbor
Oysters eat phytoplankton, or microscopic algae, which improves water clarity and light penetration for other species to thrive.
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Water Pearl Technology | RHST Industries | Tirupur Creations | Agri Intex 2018 | Agri TV
WATER PEARL TECHNOLOGY For Food and Water Security Its a high impact technology set to redefine what is possible in agriculture by making substantial contribution at the key points in the life cycle of any crops. It helps to reduce water consumption by 30-50 % by limiting evaporation. It also allows the use of saline water for irrigation in arid climate and sandy soil. It reduces the need of pesticides, fungicides and antimicrobial agents. As a Protective Layer Water pearls protect the plant and soil from algae and weeds by creating surface level layer of beads. The protective layer of Water pearls also plays a key role in the process of drip irrigation with brackish water through leaching method. "More Crop per drop of water" By planting a crop with a layer of water pearls below the surface, a water barrier is created that dramatically reduces water evaporation losses. that allows the plant to nourish more efficiently with a smaller root system. Water Pearl technology is the result of 20 years of pioneering research with a goal of providing a robust, sustainable and natural means to enhance crop productivity. Video is Sponsored By 1. Everest Industries http://everest-industries.com/ 2. Greenland Communication Udumalpet. Our Live Web TV http://www.agritv.in/ Follow us on Social YouTube https://www.youtube.com/c/AGRITVLIVE Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Agritvlive/ Twitter https://twitter.com/AgritvLive For business inquiries [email protected]
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How to clean and polish sea shells !  Seashell Collection
This video will teach you how to clean your seashells ! No acid needed. Bleach treatment is explained and filmed. How to get rid of algae and corals. And how to make shine (polish) your shell whith a very cheap method : mineral oil !
Maintenance Monday: Pre-sailing Checklist & Cleaning out the Engine Sea Water Strainer
Hello crew! Here's a short video about one very important maintenance item onboard our sailboat: cleaning out the seawater intake strainer. This strainer is the first line of defense when it comes to keeping your engine nice and cool. The strainer keeps all sea-life, algae or even those nasty bits of floating plastic to prevent overheating from limited water flow. It may not be as glamorous as sunset sailing or paddle boarding around anchorages, but it's small routine maintenance checks like this one that keeps us out on the water more & working on boat projects less! So, without furthers suspense, watch it for yourself, enjoy & hopefully you will learn a little bit of something new! After all, it's all a part of Boat-life! Hope you like it.. Remember - stay salty! . . . Follow us on our blog: www.twothehorizon.com Become a Patron to gain early access to new videos, exclusive Patreon sneak-peeks and how-to videos, Two the Horizon gear and more! Become a Patron here: https://www.patreon.com/twothehorizonsailing Spirit Marine Services, boat detailing & repair: www.spiritmarineservices.com Follow us on Facebook for frequent updates: https://www.facebook.com/twothehorizon/ . . . Music: "Wander" - Ikson
Large Algae Bloom in the Gulf of Finland
A large bloom of cyanobacteria is fouling the Gulf of Finland.
Views: 1130 Robert Fanney
Sunny plays "Algae The Sea Turtle" in The Little Mermaid
A small clip from The Little Mermaid at the NW Childrens Theatre. Sunny played Algae The Sea Turtle.
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Miracle of the sea
The latest pearl of the hugely popular Marine Life series is set in a Triton trumpet which, thanks to smartminting, rises well above the background scenery. Due to the ultrahigh relief it seems lifelike and within reach. Triton trumpets (Charonia tritonis) are giant conches and with a length of up to 60 cm they are the biggest molluscs in the coral reefs of the Indo-Pacific region. Astonishingly, they like to feed on starfish which they paralyse and soften with their acidic saliva.
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Oyster gills in action - How an oyster feeds itself
Here you will watch a live, intact tropical oyster pumping water and capturing particles from the water. This is something most people (including most biologists) have never seen, particularly in a completely intact healthy oyster. This video illustrates the basic way that most bivalve molluscs (clams, mussels, oysters, etc) capture food. You will see the gills in action, with small particles captured by the gills transported along the gill surfaces to gill edges, and then toward the mouth. You will also see pseudofeces being expelled - pseudofeces are clumps of uneaten particles that were captured by the gills but rejected by the oyster when they reached the mouth. The oyster in this video was grown in our coral reef aquaria at Augsburg College, in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The footage for this compilation was shot during a lab class (with students in the room) where I was helping the instructor of that lab section with lab demos. When I first saw the food particles moving along the gill edges I could hardly believe I was actually seeing this firsthand, and I quickly got things set up to capture some video. The white particles drifting in the water are a food called APR (Artificial Plankton - Rotifer) that is sold for the purpose of feeding larval shrimp and fish in aquaculture. The oyster did not consider these particles suitable food (normally the oyster would be eating much smaller microscopic algae, bacteria, etc) and it ended up rejecting them, but these particles allow you to see the water movement and to see the way food particles are captured and transported by the gills.
Views: 11301 WilliamCapman
Aquarium life. Part 7 : care and growth corals and macro algae 450 l marine tank without skimmer
Care and growth corals with macro algae very easy. Algae take up phosphate and nitrite so no skimmer required. Macro algae grow very fast. Angel,tang, foxface fish has a lot of natural food to eat. Plants can go sexual and crush, a few drops Fe per week can stop it.Tank looks natural. Ashes Geoffrey Keezer song
Views: 5937 aquariumlife