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By Zain Shauk | December 24, 2008
Plant invaders were the target Sunday for Yeva Mirzakhanyan, who was roaming the trails of Stough Canyon armed with a hand-held satellite mapping system and a list of species. The 16-year-old junior at Clark Magnet High School is part of a team of students who have been using global-positioning-system coordinates to mark the locations of invasive plants — species that are not native to the region and hurt local ecosystems, her teacher, Dominique Evans-Bye, said. “This is Spanish broom,” said Yeva, pointing out a green shrub of pointy stems after having already identified several mustard plants and tobacco trees, which are also invasive plants.
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By Zain Shauk | December 21, 2008
BURBANK — Plant invaders were the target Sunday for Yeva Mirzakhanyan, who was roaming the trails of Stough Canyon armed with a hand-held satellite mapping system and a list of species. The 16-year-old junior at Clark Magnet High School is part of a team of students who have been using global-positioning-system coordinates to mark the locations of invasive plants — species that are not native to the region and hurt local ecosystems, her teacher, Dominique Evans-Bye, said.
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By Chris Wiebe | April 18, 2007
BURBANK — Increased usage of Burbank Bus has spawned recent service changes, including adjustments to public transportation routes and fleets bolstered with new environment-friendly vehicles. In response to comments from riders, Burbank Bus officials have added travel time between stops to the two fastest growing of the city's five routes — North Hollywood-Empire and North Hollywood-Media District — in order to compensate for congestion along the route, transportation manager Andrew Carrasco said.
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By Melonie Magruder | March 6, 2010
The new exhibit at the Brand Library Art Galleries is a bit like that YouTube video showing images of subatomic particle quarks magnified larger and larger till you see an entire galaxy. In ?Macrocosms & New Topographies,? the four artists explore the physical world from the macro to the micro with fresh media combinations and compelling images that cast an outlier?s eye on our environment. Christine Weir offers several series of graphite on paper, mounted on panel, that gives new, intense, meaning to pencil work.
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By Zain Shauk | January 4, 2009
Plant invaders were the target Sunday for Yeva Mirzakhanyan, who was roaming the trails of Stough Canyon armed with a hand-held satellite mapping system and a list of species. The 16-year-old junior at Clark Magnet High School is part of a team of students who have been using global-positioning-system coordinates to mark the locations of invasive plants — species that are not native to the region and hurt local ecosystems, her teacher, Dominique Evans-Bye, said. “This is Spanish broom,” said Yeva, pointing out a green shrub of pointy stems after having already identified several mustard plants and tobacco trees, which are also invasive plants.
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By Zain Shauk | December 21, 2008
BURBANK — Plant invaders were the target Sunday for Yeva Mirzakhanyan, who was roaming the trails of Stough Canyon armed with a hand-held satellite mapping system and a list of species. The 16-year-old junior at Clark Magnet High School is part of a team of students who have been using global-positioning-system coordinates to mark the locations of invasive plants — species that are not native to the region and hurt local ecosystems, her teacher, Dominique Evans-Bye, said.
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