The last couple months have been a political and emotional cyclone. I, and I am sure many of you, have too frequently found ourselves enduring…View More The Ocean Lover’s Guide to Contacting Your Elected Officials
Prepare yourself for the hammer. No not that hammer. This one. The Malleidae, or the hammer oysters, is a suite of around 30 species, primarily…View More Bring the hammer.
As science communicators, we are constantly looking for new and innovative ways to translate the ramblings of the ivory tower into a relatable and accessible public…View More The Writing on the Sea-Wall: High Water Line
Edit – broken mailto link at bottom fixed – if you have a story, please send it to me! I plan to put a few…View More #IAmSeaGrant
An interesting discussion is playing out on NOAA Coral List regarding how we define “internships.” This got started after the Roatan Institute for Marine Science…View More When Is An Internship Not An Internship?
Today’s guest post is by Natasha Phillips, a marine biologist and PhD researcher based at Queen’s University Belfast, interested in the movement ecology, diet and…View More Trolling in the deep: from raging rants to support of the strange
[View the story “Discovering the Deep: Exploring Remote Pacific Marine Protected Areas” on Storify]View More Look at These Amazing Deep-Sea Creatures from the Remote Pacific Right Now
No shit, Sherlock. A staggering achievement – fishing for a 2m thing in 5000m water with a 10,000m line … very, very well done. https://t.co/gvKiU23H9B…View More How to recover when something goes very, very wrong at sea
Every morning, I wake up and check my email. Overnight, I get a few pings from mailing lists, people in other time zones, spammers –…View More The Pulse of Ocean Data Archiving
Did you look at the weather before you left the house today? NOAA provided that data. Do you eat salmon, shellfish or even McDonald’s Filet-o-Fish?…View More The importance of being NOAA