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Biogeochemistry with Sprinkles on Top
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Biogeochemistry with Sprinkles on Top

As modern marine scientists, we spend a lot of time learning to effectively communicate science to various audiences.  That’s mostly so we can make friends at parties, but has some nice side benefits like educating the general public, whatever.  Sometimes though, and I’m probably admitting to a cardinal sin of outreach here, there’s a certain … Continue reading

Deepwater Wind Project Breaks Ground in Rhode Island
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Deepwater Wind Project Breaks Ground in Rhode Island

I’ve written before about America’s struggle with accepting offshore wind energy development, specifically the controversy surrounding the Cape Wind project in Massachusetts. The process has been fraught with opposition since somebody first though, “Hey, could we get an offshore wind farm here in America.” As a result, it has been sitting in ‘renewable energy project … Continue reading

The Chambered Nautilus Beyond High School English
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The Chambered Nautilus Beyond High School English

If you were walking down the street, mulling over your latest research conundrum, and were suddenly accosted by a mad-eyed figure demanding the name of an ocean-themed poem, you would probably shout over your shoulder as you sprinted away, “The Chambered Nautilus!”  (Either that or Feedback, if the insane number of hits Kelsey’s post receives … Continue reading