The University of Minnesota officially has a classic wow gold new president. Joan Gabel began her position as the university first female president on Monday. Before coming to Minnesota, Gabel was Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost at the University of South Carolina. The University of Minnesota Board of Regents unanimously elected Gabel into her post late last year. She has a five year contract. Senate next year. She will instead be running for re election as a State Senator. Housley represents Forest Lake and the Stillwater area. Senate election last fall to current Senator Tina Smith.
The officer later talked to Timm who said he noticed something in the water, drove his pontoon there to investigate, and attempted to turn the deer back to shore, but the animal swam further out into the lake. According to the DNR, an interaction that may seem harmless and innocent may ultimately have serious consequences for deer and other wildlife.
Plants on islands, in the tropics and in Mediterranean climates had the highest rates of plant extinction, as these were areas home to unique species vulnerable to human activities. The study said the increase in the plant extinction rate could be due to the loss of habitat of species located in a small geographic area.
Love 3 D images? Interested in maps? Want to explore the Moon? Then a new Kickstarter project may be just what you are looking for. Jeffrey Ambroziak, creator of a specialized 3 D map projection method, will be producing what he calls the first true 3 D map of the Moon, and he is offering space enthusiasts the chance to get either digital or paper copies of the map, created from recently released data from the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter. Interest in the project has skyrocketed, and while the goal of $5,000 has already been reached by more than double that amount, Ambroziak is now thinking of what more he can offer to backers of his PopView 3D Moon Map.
For the first time in what must be at least 200 days, I found a reason to power up my poor, neglected Wii. The awkwardly named New Super Mario Bros. Wii had me pining, like I did as a kid, for the next Mario side scroller, and I rushed to Superstore on Sunday (the day it came out) to pick up a copy. It was easy to spot on display: the packaging, in bright red, stands out among the standard white of the greater Wii library. And this is appropriate, because this is a stand out title, one to buy and dig into like you 12 again. Seriously, I just started to play and already I hooked. Here are some initial thoughts:/p>