This student impressed me...The future is bright.
Water quality is essential to marine life. The new Department of Environmental Planning and Protection actually has the ability to initiate investigations into water quality.Isn't that cool? then we can know what the state of the water was or normally... Continue Reading →
While At Miami University in Oxford Ohio, I had the opportunity to collaborate with the Mindfulness center. We wanted to create an opportunity for students studying social work to connect with the issues faced by international students, non-citizen community members... Continue Reading →
As a Scientist, Marine conservationists and cartographer, I am constantly amazed at the broad usefulness of mapping products that use human behavior and location data for important science based policy and advocacy. This map from Global Fishing Watch shows near... Continue Reading →
I will always remember a discussion/argument I had in the first year of my PhD with a younger white female student. I felt that science needs to be guided by principles of justice to ensure we reach for the common... Continue Reading →
If you have been following along for awhile, you probably know I am becoming more and more of a geography nerd. I believe everything happens somewhere and somewhen. My dissertation even included loads of old maps. As a scientist, we... Continue Reading →
I have visited Cay Sal Cay. I actually walked all the way around Cay Sal Cay on May 22 2010 with my friend and teacher Dr. Ethan Freid. I also SCUBA dived on the Cay Sal Bank in May 2010... Continue Reading →
During my Master's degree at University of Maryland Eastern Shore, I had the Marine, Estuarine and Environmental Science Fellowship. My research focused on the epiflora and epifauna of the bladderwrack Fucus distichus, under Dr. Madhumi Mitra, but I also worked... Continue Reading →