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Day 10: A Farewell to St. Croix

Day 10: Wednesday, April 22 Today we drove over to the easternmost point of the island of St. Croix […]

The Midriff Islands Exposed

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If you were stranded on a desert island, what two things would you most want with you? I had heard t […]

Finding Solid Ground

Our last camping trip for the course was to a beach towards the northern face of Tiburón Island, ove […]

The return to Tiburón

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Sometimes, it’s the simplest of interactions that ends up meaning the most to you. For me, that mome […]

Highway from the Comfort Zone

Traveling in your comfort zone is a meal with no flavor – you are nourished, but the gustatory sense […]

Ecology Symposium comes to the Marine Lab

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Graduate students, postdocs, and professors spanning multiple departments at Duke gathered at the Marine Lab for the 2nd annual Duke Ecology Symposium.

Let’s take the e out of fraecking!

I know of few environmental topics that engender more emotion than proposals to extract natural gas using hydraulic fracturing methods (i.e., fracking) to open up the pores in bedrock.

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