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Q&A with yours truly on The Reef Tank blog

April 16, 2009

I was recently contacted by a blog called The Reef Tank, which is an online community of reef hobbyists interested in marine science.

In recent months they have been reaching out to scientists whose research deals with marine science and marine conservation issues. They’ve profiled climate scientists, oceanographers, ecologists, marine conservationists, and others.

They’ve expanded their interests to include marine geology, and in their first post on that subject they asked me some questions about my research interests and how the discipline of geology, which typically deals with longer time scales, intersects marine science.

Head on over and check out the Q&A and the rest of The Reef Tank blog — there’s a lot of good stuff.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. April 19, 2009 8:01 am

    I may have mistakenly deleted a comment here that was put in spam, but not sure … if so, please comment again (sorry about that)

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