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 →
Did you know that membership in the SCO is free this year for people of Color?
so this one time I wrote a letter to the tribune (2011) and thought it would never be published. It was and I got in trouble with the Minister of the Environment. I was asked to write an apology for... Continue Reading →
Slapping up: the act of talking incessantly without tangible action. Running on. A derivative of the phrase "slapping up your gums" Example: "all these people running on about mining in Andros and letting Bahamians benefit from our resources. If they... 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 →