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A Working Waterfronts Summer

Field season usually takes the blame for a busy summer, but not this time. From a Mallows Bay participatory mapping workshop to support a National Marine Sanctuary nomination […]

Deep Sea Exploration off the US Atlantic Coast

As a Natural Resources Planner, I work in the world of climate adaptation, natural infrastructure planning, and water quality. But […]

Can you help identify this marine invertebrate?

Reality: Species identification becomes problematic when your love for the environment yields computer time instead of field time. A few nights […]

Exploring Maryland’s Working Waterfronts

I met the end of Maryland’s hot summer weather with a smile and journey to the eastern shore. I’m currently working as a Seasonal […]

Transitions and Tribulations

Interviews, resume-writing, travel, and presentations slowly infiltrated my life this summer – so much so that I suddenly found myself […]

Reflections: Celebrating Endings as New Beginnings

I looked up today and realized that the trees were no longer in bloom. Remnants of white and pink flowers […]

What a Conference Can Do

As a NOAA Fellow, I’m lucky enough to have professional development funds. This means that careful planning on my part […]

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