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Grand Bahama Watershed and Biodiversity survey

This survey was sent out by colleagues at the University of the Bahamas. Please contribute if you can. Copied text (unedited)>>> Good morning. Colleagues very grateful if you can please help share the survey with your contacts and encourage them... Continue Reading →

Standards and Quality in the Bahamas

As part of the Volunteer work I do to support environmental sustainability and conservation in the Bahamas, I chair the National Technical Committee for on Environmental Protection and Management Standards under the Bahamas Bureau of Standards and Quality. You can... Continue Reading →

Vaccine

Firstly, I am not encouraging or discouraging anyone to take the COVID 19 vaccine. That is up to you. I am taking it. I am currently at the Marsh Harbour Clinic in Abaco the Bahamas. I have been here since... Continue Reading →

Black Beauty and abuse

TW: physical abuseTL/DR: A career disciplinarian at my high school beat a student and I recount some of what I remember about the physical discipline I received from him. Background: This post comes from a post I made on Facebook... Continue Reading →

The place and time

After completing my masters degree I returned home but could not find a job. At least I could not find a job in my field. I was told that there was no funding or that I was overqualified or in... Continue Reading →

Water Quality

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 →

Mindfulness

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 →

Fisheries mapping and valuation

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 →

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