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About Encyclopedia of Life
In One Species at a Time, host and scientist-reporter Ari Daniel explored the diversity of life, talking with scientists both in their labs and out in the natural world.
Hear surprising stories about nature from experts examining life forms everywhere, from yeast to the bowhead whale. Ari also shared tips on honing backyard observation skills, always issuing an invitation to participate by sharing your findings on line.
The series was presented by the Encyclopedia of Life, and produced by Atlantic Public Media. Episodes in the series have been carried by national programs like NPR’s Morning Edition, PRI’s The World and Living on Earth, and National Geographic Education has featured One Species at a Time on its education website.
Google Earth Tours
As a part our ongoing collaboration with Encyclopedia of Life and a Google Outreach Developer Grant, APM has produced Google Earth tours for our series One Species At A Time: Stories of Bio-Diversity on the Move.Enjoy them now on YouTube, or get the full interactive experience in Google Earth.
These tours tour were created by Eduardo Garcia-Milagros, in collaboration with Atlantic Public Media, Randy Kochevar and Andre Boustany, and narrated by One Species at a Time host, Ari Daniel Shapiro. Enjoy them now on YouTube, or get the full interactive experience using the FREE Google Earth software.
EOL Google Earth Tours
In this tour, Carsten Egevang, a researcher at the Greenland Institute of Natural Resources, talks about the migratory odyssey of the Arctic tern. These terns fly from the Arctic to the Antarctic and back every year. During its lifetime, the tiny bird flies the equivalent of three round trips between the Earth and the Moon.
The Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, Harvard Museum of Natural History, and the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole.