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Tuesday Morning Blogaerobics

A couple fun things going on at the Duke Marine Lab by way of the blogosphere.

Legendary Duke Marine Lab professor Dr. Dan and his undergrads have made an appearance over at Wild Shores of Singapore during their Urban Tropical Ecology class field trip to Singapore. Yes, we run very good field trips.

The Climate Shifts blog has picked up a new blogger – fellow graduate student Clare Fieseler.

Clare is particularly interested in policy and managerial strategies that respond to changing coastal environments.

via Climate Shifts

I’m looking forward to following her (RSS feed here).

~Southern Fried Scientist


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