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DeeDee Hebb
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  • Saint Joseph, MO
  • United States
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High School:
Benton
The last three CD's I purchased/downloaded were:
I was at a christian band show and I bought a cd titled "Love is an Action, it Starts with a Passion."
My favorite subject during the regular school day is:
Any that has a good teacher.
Extracurricular activities I am involved in at school:
Theater, Band, Flags, ROTC.
My interests (other than school) are:
Partying, Camps, Swimming, Making duck tape dresses ... not always in that order.

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The Very Fishy Story By: DeeDee Hebb

3/31/11 My world. Brown. Brown dirty ground, the wet soil, the gross land of mud that is my world.Blue. The vast sky that surrounds my world now crying the day before I leave.Gray… gray, gray, and gray. The color that makes my world seem all that much more sad.How will I miss you St. Joe?4/1/11  I really cannot believe this is happening to me. No real school, no real home, no real family… I’m getting a stomach ache just thinking about them.…See More
May 18, 2011
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May 16, 2011
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May 11, 2011
DeeDee Hebb posted a blog post

The Very Fishy Story By: DeeDee Hebb

3/31/11 My world. Brown. Brown dirty ground, the wet soil, the gross land of mud that is my world.Blue. The vast sky that surrounds my world now crying the day before I leave.Gray… gray, gray, and gray. The color that makes my world seem all that much more sad.How will I miss you St. Joe?4/1/11  I really cannot believe this is happening to me. No real school, no real home, no real family… I’m getting a stomach ache just thinking about them.…See More
May 10, 2011
DeeDee Hebb replied to Sean Nash's discussion The Heart of Lightness
"sorry internet was down, now where were we... oh yes why is this big triangular under water rain forest important? Well, It is home to over 600 reef-building coral species (75% of all species known to science), 3000 species of reef fish (40% of the…"
Jan 17, 2011
DeeDee Hebb replied to Sean Nash's discussion Darwin in Paradise & The Rise of Corals
"I like the book better because it gave more information. The movie did have some great details, but the book has more depth, and I like that. This book is the coolest way of book-reading-learning that I’ve ever experienced!"
Jan 8, 2011
DeeDee Hebb replied to Sean Nash's discussion The Heart of Lightness
Jan 8, 2011
DeeDee Hebb replied to Sean Nash's discussion The Heart of Lightness
"While I was looking for information, I saw the web site you went to I think... http://endangerededen.wordpress.com/2010/07/12/the-coral-triangle-the-richest-marine-biodiversity-on-the-planet/ This web site has the same pictures that you…"
Dec 19, 2010
DeeDee Hebb replied to Sean Nash's discussion Darwin in Paradise & The Rise of Corals
"Both the movie and the book gave great pictures. I mean remember the first chapter where the scientist made an "all-knowing" computer that once all information about corals reefs was put in, it would tell all the secrets of life on the…"
Nov 30, 2010
DeeDee Hebb replied to Sean Nash's discussion Animal, Mineral, Vegetable
"I wondered how all that could happen so I went here. "Because of their intimate relationship with zooxanthellae, reef-building corals respond to the environment like plants." I got that part from the website, and the plant part is…"
Nov 30, 2010
DeeDee Hebb replied to Sean Nash's discussion Animal, Mineral, Vegetable
"Plant animals and minerals can’t all perfectly work together! I don’t know, maybe I need to be thinking of them as more of a heterogeneous mixture. Not perfectly blended, but still works together. I’m just overwhelmed that…"
Nov 30, 2010
DeeDee Hebb replied to Sean Nash's discussion Animal, Mineral, Vegetable
"I never realized how much corals needed zooxs till now. Well I did know, but I never realized how much. 98% of their food goes to the coral! I can also understand how they’re dying now. Without the “rent money” it can’t pay…"
Nov 30, 2010
DeeDee Hebb replied to Sean Nash's discussion The Enchanted Braid - Who Has Known the Ocean?
"It gives you very specific information, "… a scientist has counted 620 species of shrimp living on corals.” That part just goes on and on, like a text book, kind of. A text book would also have pictures. Although “The…"
Nov 7, 2010
DeeDee Hebb replied to Sean Nash's discussion The Enchanted Braid - Who Has Known the Ocean?
"We know so little about something so big, the ocean. "It is surely ignorance that defines our intellectual relationship with the ocean." Just think about it... look at all the tecnology we have... now look at how little we know about the…"
Nov 7, 2010
DeeDee Hebb replied to Sean Nash's discussion How are they constructed? - two views on coral reef formation
"On Monday I learned that corals NEED warm water diversity, and because water is always moving in the same direction when it hits up against large land masses that creates a great spot for a coral to grow! I also learned that volcanoes just recycle…"
Nov 2, 2010

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The Very Fishy Story By: DeeDee Hebb

3/31/11

 

My world.

 

Brown. Brown dirty ground, the wet soil, the gross land of mud that is my world.…

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Feb 6, 2014
Rylee Hanlan posted a blog post

Island Time

Living on Island TimeThe first couple of days were spent waiting on this and on that and it truly felt like a year had gone by.  The first day was spent waking up early and driving to KCI airport where after about an hour or so of waiting we finally got on the plane that took us to Florida.  I sat in the very back of the plane with Zach and McCabe and I learned a valuable lesson from Zach when you get your free drinks on the airplane "always ask for the can".  The next morning we split into…See More
Oct 23, 2013
McCabe Davis posted a blog post

A New Experience

I woke up early and went to meet everyone at the library. Once we got our passports and tickets we all headed to the airport. We took a flight to Ft. Lauderdale.  Once there we all we out to eat and I had a Mahi-Mahi sandwich and tried some oyster, steamed clam, and calamari.  I think out of those 3 I will only have the calamari again.  Then we got our rooms and got the information for the plane trip to Andros.  We had the rest of the night to ourselves and I went swimming and hung out in some…See More
May 21, 2013
Bobbi thompson posted a blog post

Loving the Bahamas!

I have known that I wanted to this program for a long time now. My brother did it back in 2003. I saw how much fun he was having learning the fish and then going out on the sail boats and seeing them in person. I saw what he brought back from the trip and it all sounded like so much fun i just had to try and go. So here I am! I took the class and went on the trip.Day 1 I couldn't sleep, I had to be up at 4:30 in the morning so we could meet at the library and and be at the air port around 6:20…See More
May 10, 2013
Lindsay Doolan posted a blog post

Time of my life!

Plane ride to Andros     My group got here 2nd and right once we got to Forefar we ate lunch and then got in the water.  I was ready to get right in and I saw so many fish.  Shelby Mills and I went snorkeling together.  The first fish we saw was a Beaugregory Juvenile.   Then we saw a sea slug.  It had orange and blue stripes going down its back.  Then we also saw an adult Beaugregory.  The next fish was a cocoa Damselfish.  This fish has a blue color on top ends and a dark spot on the upper…See More
May 6, 2013
MacKinzie Lillian Conard posted a blog post

Aye, Mon! (a.k.a. My Bahamian Experience/Greatest Week of 2013)

Where do I even begin? Or better rephrased, how do I start telling the tale of the most intriguing adventure I've ever gone on in my short 17 years of life? The most obvious answer would be to start with Day 1, which is only logical, but once you've started reading my account, I think you'll understand why I didn't know where to begin. Day 1- Friday, March 21st, Saint Joseph to Ft. Lauderdale Boy, I definitely wished I was a morning person that day. We met at a parking lot at East Hill's mall…See More
May 6, 2013
Shelby Glenn posted a blog post

The Bahamian Experience

Everything about the Bahamas was pretty much perfect. The weather, the people, the lifestyle, the water, the air, the night sky, and the people. Did I say people twice? Heck yes I did because the people truly were some of the coolest people ever.They were some of the most down to earth and friendly people I have ever met. There was even a statue of a pair of hands shaking to really reinforce the fact that they were very friendly people.The first day that we spent on the island I played some…See More
Apr 30, 2013
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Apr 15, 2013
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Under the Sun-2013

Saturday, March 23rd, 2013Yesterday we arrived at Ft. Lauderdale, Florida to begin our adventure miles from home. Around 12:30 PM, 7 of us loaded a small plane with a pilot named Eddie (I got to be co-pilot!) and we set flight over the ocean. The ocean is simply breathtaking and magnificent. Looking the 5,000 feet down to the shades of blue wasn't full of much to look at but I couldn't take my eyes off of it. I was looking for something to strike my eye, to jump out of the water...SOMETHING!…See More
Apr 15, 2013
Rylee Hanlan replied to Sean Nash's discussion The Outer Strands
"Although this chapter wasn't my favorite that I've read so far, I did learn some new and interesting things.. Like what Christmas tree worms are! And just how important sea grass is to the ocean. The reflection strategy that I used for…"
Mar 18, 2013
Jaycen LeeAnn Wilson replied to Sean Nash's discussion The Outer Strands
"I made my key note about how everything is part of one. It's kind of like the lion king to me. Everything has to do with something. Or it's some disney movie like that. I loved this chapter, I think it was my favorite so far. I love how he…"
Mar 18, 2013
MacKinzie Lillian Conard replied to Sean Nash's discussion The Outer Strands
"This book never fails to amaze me! I have always thought of a coral reef as being its own "island" because it is so diverse and strong by itself. However, Davidson very quickly points out that coral reefs are a small strand in a large…"
Mar 18, 2013
Rylee Hanlan replied to Sean Nash's discussion The Outer Strands
"I thought the same thing when I was reading, and came across the term " Christmas tree worms" I google imaged it and thought they were pretty neat as well!"
Mar 18, 2013
Shelby Mills replied to Sean Nash's discussion The Outer Strands
"Yet again, the seas continue to amaze me in their ability to support each other even when they get no appreciation. One thing in particular that I thought was simply spectacular about this chapter were the Thalassia and their development of mature…"
Mar 18, 2013
Lindsay Doolan replied to Sean Nash's discussion The Outer Strands
"Everything you write about in these discussion's are so creative and I really enjoy reading them. They are usually the first thing I read because it opens my mind about what I want to base mine off of. Great job! Also your Sci-poe last time was…"
Mar 17, 2013
Lindsay Doolan replied to Sean Nash's discussion The Outer Strands
"Okay, mine might seem boring because it is only talking about one thing. The Thalassia Testudinum a sea grass, but i found this story or part of this chapter really interesting. I thought it was beautiful how the 'parent' "bathes the…"
Mar 17, 2013
McCabe Davis replied to Sean Nash's discussion The Rise of Corals & The Heart of Lightness
"I think Shelby did a great job on his sypo. It explains how important the tropics are and how much the sun affects the life of diversity there."
Mar 17, 2013
McCabe Davis replied to Sean Nash's discussion The Outer Strands
"Mangroves, sea grass, and coral reefs. I never would have thought that these things would be interconnected so deeply. A braid within a braid. This chapter talks about how these three components are all connected and what roles they play. The only…"
Mar 17, 2013
Madison Steilen replied to Sean Nash's discussion The Outer Strands
Mar 17, 2013
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"I truly enjoy the intricacy of this shot.   I love how when one looks closely many colors can be found within this single image.  One of my all time favorite quotes is "Life is a great big canvas and you should throw all the paint you…"
Mar 17, 2013

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