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Meet me in Borneo, exploitation on the high seas, navy sonars, creature reports, and more! Monday Morning Salvage: March 12, 2018.

Monday Morning SalvageMarch 12, 20180

Happy Monday-est Monday! Foghorn (A Call to Action!) This is the final week to get you abstracts in for the International Marine Conservation Congress, the premier ocean conservation conference, coming to you from Kuching, Malaysia this June! We got a cracking good symposium on human impacts in the deep sea and plenty of travel grants […]

When I talk about Climate Change, I don’t talk about science.

#SciComm, climate change, Conservation, Natural Science, ScienceJanuary 3, 2017

Climate Change is real. It’s happening now. And the best available data points to us as the cause. That the foundational science is settled is a point of unending frustration to scientists, science writers, and policy advocates who face continuous partisan push back, from whitewashing government websites to threatening scientists with legal repercussions for reporting […]

Ocean Story Slam


We know you all have good stories from the field, of your crazy colleagues, or simply of what crazy shenanigans happen in otherwise tedious lab time. Not to mention, your actual research should be tell-able in story form, so… In the honor of narratives in science, I propose an OCEAN STORY SLAM! Plus, I know […]

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