A summer pondering the stormwater ponds
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A summer pondering the stormwater ponds

This guest post was written by Adam Gold.  Adam is a second-year master’s student in the Curriculum for the Environment and Ecology (CEE) working at UNC IMS.  He works in the Piehler Lab researching urban stormwater and its effects on water quality.   Follow him on twitter at @acgold_04 for tweets about science and stormwater. This past summer, … Continue reading

Does Surfing Affect the Environment Negatively? How to Practice Green Surfing
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Does Surfing Affect the Environment Negatively? How to Practice Green Surfing

Author Bio This guest post was written by Jay Recinto. Jay is the Media Content Manager for Warm Winds over at Narragansett Beach in Rhode Island. Warm Winds is a locally-owned surf shop that aims to give back to the community and the environment through education, events and support of green initiatives. Did you know … Continue reading

Hear That?! New Podcast Highlights Ocean Science
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Hear That?! New Podcast Highlights Ocean Science

Looking for another great platform to get your ocean science fix?  Every Tuesday you can catch a brand new episode of my Ocean Allison Podcast, where I interview individuals working to better understand and protect our watery planet.   Much like the creators of this blog site, I am passionate about ocean science communication. I … Continue reading

Mimicking Nature: Seagrass Restoration in the Chesapeake Bay
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Mimicking Nature: Seagrass Restoration in the Chesapeake Bay

This guest post was written by Rachel Wimmer. Rachel is a senior at the College of William & Mary studying biology and marine science. She works in the Submerged Aquatic Vegetation (SAV) Lab at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science studying seagrass ecology under Jon Lefcheck. She also serves as an EcoAmbassador for W&M’s Committee … Continue reading

The continuing disaster of the Deep-water Horizon Oil Spill
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The continuing disaster of the Deep-water Horizon Oil Spill

This article is a guest post by ODU undergradaute Ben Maxie. Ben works in the Barshis Lab and studies the evolution of stress tolerance in corals and other organisms.    The 2010 BP Deep-water Horizon oil spill was an environmental tragedy of immense magnitude. Five million barrels of toxic crude oil were leeched into the … Continue reading

Project Oratsimba
Guest Posts / Marine Life / Marine Preservation / Policy

Project Oratsimba

This is a guest post by Elyse Dankoski, a neurobiologist at the University of North Carolina. She recently spent 3 months in southeast Madagascar volunteering with Azafady’s Conservation Programme. This fall, I lived in a small community on the southeast coast of Madagascar called Sainte Luce. Sainte Luce is remote even by Madagascar’s standards, and … Continue reading