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Jenny Hansen
Worked at US Forest Service
Attended Oregon State University
Lives in Oslo
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Just some shots of flora in the Spring Mountains using my macro lens. 
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Thanks, Heidi! k, <3 <3 <3
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Just gonna leave this right here. :D #movinonup #Ingress  #vivalaresistance    Attn: +Stephen Mack +Louis Gray 
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Nice work agent.
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If they can find an effective and affordable way to apply this technique, it would be incredible for grasslands and forests in the American west. 
Will this native bacteria finally thwart one of the most invasive weeds in North America?
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A little gloomy on the walk home today. An unfriendly reminder that fall in Norway is about to descend. :(
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#RorschachDoodle I see...the back of a black cat's head.
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That's a krater. Probably from the Archaic period.
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Eivind bought me a macro lens for my birthday.  This is one of the first photos I took with it.  :)
Macro shot of orange autumn leaves on a Gambel's oak tree with a soft bokeh blur of the bright blue sky.
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And what a lovely shot it is :) 
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Relatively old article, but the information is still 100% relevant. 
A developing model of infectious disease shows that most epidemics — AIDS, Ebola, West Nile, SARS, Lyme disease — are a result of things people do to nature.
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Hi Jenny, I agree with you completely. Much of the ecosystem is already damaged and this action causes chain reaction in the ecosystem around the vicinity the event took place, which in turn affects human in so many ways since human and nature are interdependent. Lots of people know about this, but cannot help it as large corporate businesses control this whole thing only for profit. I am very angry but what can I do? As a Sufi and lover of nature, I know we are headed to a state of upheaval that may destroy us permanently. Thank you for your piece. 
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A sobering read and reason #8421 that I am glad I don't live in Florida. 
In the Miami area, the daily high-water mark has been rising almost an inch a year. Credit Illustration by Jacob Escobedo
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Very interesting (and something I've thought about quite a bit with my butterfly work) findings here.
 
New research led by ecologists at the University of York shows that certain species of moths and butterflies are becoming more common, and others rarer, as species differ in how they respond to climate change.
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+Åshild Bergh​ I saw these and immediately thought of you! So cute! :) (I think I might knit the red fox one for myself! :D) 
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Thanks +Jennifer Hodges​ for the link
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So cool! However, I also really worry about abalone (and other species with calcium carbonate shells) given the changes in ocean pH. :-/
 
Watch Abalone Reproduce in Gorgeous Bursts of Eggs and Sperm

When the female abalone is ready to reproduce, she shoots long bursts of eggs from her respiratory hole. The male releases curlicues of sperm, which then swim around to find the eggs.
Researchers at the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute find ocean acidification slows abalone fertilization.
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Researchers from the University of Texas say that exercise can be as beneficial in treating depression as medication.
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Wildlife Biologist
Employment
  • US Forest Service
    Wildlife Biologist, 2014
  • Oregon State University
  • Wildlife Plus Consulting
  • University of Washington
  • Eastern New Mexico University
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Currently
Oslo
Previously
Las Vegas, NV - Idaho Falls, ID - Lubbock, TX - Pocatello, ID - Liberty, MO - Shelley, ID - Clovis, NM - Bend, OR - Eatonville, WA - Fort McMurray, AB
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The same girl you've always known.
Education
  • Oregon State University
    Forestry, 2013 - 2014
  • University of Idaho
    Restoration Ecology, 2012 - 2012
  • Clovis Community College
    Liberal Arts, 2001 - 2003
  • Skyline High School
    1993 - 1996
  • Taylorview Junior High
    1992 - 1993
  • Eagle Rock Junior High
    1991 - 1992
  • A.H. Bush Elementary
    1988 - 1991
  • Jefferson Elementary
    1986 - 1988
  • Lincoln Elementary
    1985 - 1986
  • Dean Goodsell Elementary
    1984 - 1985
  • Eastern New Mexico University
    Wildlife Ecology, 2003 - 2010
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Female
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Hansen, Ramirez
Service was lackluster, the waitress couldn't figure out the difference between miso soup and onion broth, my dish was served incomplete, and I was never even offered chopsticks. I will not return. This isn't quality Japanese food; it's a cheesy hibachi show.
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