WELCOME TO ATLANTICA LIVE .... Atlantica is a huge area ranging from Cape Cod to Labrador. In the past, we all lived, worked and worried within our own little jurisdictions. We are at a time in history when we all need to broaden our scope and become concerned about common issues. Roll over the images below to learn more and click through to the post or follow the links in the menu for posts related to specific topics. Subscribe to Atlantica Live! by Email
  • WELCOME TO ATLANTICA LIVE!

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  • STREET ART: A small collection from Saint John, NB

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  • AQUACULTURE: Antibiotics in fish farming create resistance and are an animal welfare disaster – but there are solutions.

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  • EDUCATION: Distance learning for your kids, grand-kids or classroom?

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  • CLIP ART: POPULAR ZOOLOGY by DORMAN STEELE – 1887 – Clip art and E-book.

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  • DISTANCE LEARNING – Create a Blue whale Puppet! For FREE!

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  • ART MACKAY: Hitting the Wall

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  • EXPLORE: Forts & Fortifications in Maine and the Maritimes

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  • The Phalarope is Fundy’s “canary” … is it dead or dying.

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  • NUCLEAR QUESTION: Was radioactive heavy water removed from Point Lepreau reactor 8 years ago?

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  • ISSUES: Is the Bay of Fundy still under threat?

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  • ISSUES: By allowing forest spraying, does Canada breach its legal obligations under the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS)?

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  • DISTANCE LEARNING: The Atlantic Salmon’s Journey. An interactive fun page for kids.

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  • THE FROGS & TOADS BUNDLE by Archive Atlantic | Teachers Pay Teachers

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  • SWIPE FILES — Any of you artists remember swipe files?

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  • OUR FORESTS – Learning why they are Important for a healthy planet

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  • ISSUES: If A Tree Falls – Rod Cumberland Interview at Wilderness Obsession

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  • COMMUNITY: Could citizens participate directly in publicly owned businesses of your state or province? Food for thought.

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  • ISSUES: Maine Yankee Nuclear Waste – Still No Place to Go?

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  • CREATURES: And the wolf returns to New Brunswick.

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  • ISSUES: Did you know that Canada is bound by the Law of the Sea to protect endangered whales, their habitat and feed?

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  • SCIENCE: NB Museum touts natural history treasures as province moves to pare them down

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  • FISHERIES: The importance of Mysid shrimp to the ground fishery in Passamaquoddy Bay

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  • EXPLORE: Forest Dale Iron Furnace

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