Topics include local geology, forests, animals, plants, fungi, aquatic biology and astronomy. The fieldwork portion of the course can be physically demanding with hikes on steep hills and rough terrain and some night activities.Among those who serve as volunteer instructors are State Naturalist Randy Hedgepath; Sewanee professors Bran Potter, Ken Smith and Kirk Zigler; Sewanee Herbarium Curators Mary Priestley and Yolande Gottfried; TWRA rehabilitator Margaret Matens; and rangers Jessie McNeel, Jason Reynolds, Philip Hylen and Mark Taylor, and former St. Andrews Sewanee instructor Ron Ramsey.The TNP is an education training course designed to introduce the natural history of Tennessee to interested adults, with chapters across the state.
Some Evacuate, Some Golf As Volcano Spews AshHawaii Kilauea Volcano Erupts Forcing EvacuationsPAHOA, HI MAY 07: Residents listen to a scientist speak at a community meeting in the aftermath of eruptions from the Kilauea volcano on Hawaii’s Big Island on May 7, 2018 in Pahoa, Hawaii. The volcano has spewed lava and high levels of sulfur dioxide gas into communities, leading officials to order 1,700 to evacuate. Officials have confirmed 26 homes have now been destroyed by lava in Leilani Estates.
Another way that humans can get fusarium fungal infection is by consuming foods that have been infected with the fusarium fungus. Some seventy years ago, wheat infected with fusarium fungus was used in the Soviet Union to make bread. As a result, thousands of people were infected with a fusarium fungal infection called alimentary toxic aleukia.