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

UnderTheC’s Recommended Book List
For Fun / Marine Preservation / Science / Science and Communication

UnderTheC’s Recommended Book List

The winter holiday season is quickly approaching, which if you’re lucky means some extra free time away from work or school. Here at UnderTheC, we have compiled a recommend reading list of some of our favorite science related books to keep you occupied and entertained!   Sex, Drugs, and Sea Slime by Ellen Prager (Justin) NPR article … Continue reading

When Animals Take Over (Restoration Projects)
How do we science? / Marine Preservation

When Animals Take Over (Restoration Projects)

Most productivity gurus say that when you hit a wall, you should switch tasks.  This is how I ended up reading a paper about beavers who managed to hijack a wetland restoration for their benefit.  So congratulations!  You’re in the right place to learn some fancy philosophy terms and think about wetlands from a whooole … Continue reading

How to support positive action on climate change in Trump’s America
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How to support positive action on climate change in Trump’s America

Ever wonder what our most popular post of all time is here at UNdertheC? It’s this piece which is essentially a doom and gloom piece I wrote about what would happen to the world if the oceans “died.” In other words, this is what will happen if we do not change our ways, culture, decisions, … Continue reading

Does temperature dictate which corals can survive on a reef?
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Does temperature dictate which corals can survive on a reef?

If you’ve been reading UNdertheC for while, then you know that I study coral reefs (specifically those in the Caribbean). If this is your first time here, welcome! Tell your friends 🙂 As the 4th year of my PhD dawns here at UNC, the first chapter of my dissertation work has finally been published in … Continue reading