Nicholas School Blogs

Getting ready for and arriving down under

Hi, everyone! My name is Celeste Whitman and I am in between my first and second years at the Nicholas […]

New Office, New Trails

flowers, nature, florida, blossoms

I have recently switched to a position at the Choctawhatchee Basin Alliance, moving from an office on the beach of […]

Embodied Energy

Overall, embodied energy represents about a third of the energy used in modern society. 

Waters of the United States

For the purposes of maintaining water quality in the Hudson River, it shouldn’t matter if I dump my sewage or industrial waste into a small tributary or directly into the River.

Driving from Antananarivo to Ranomafana

My first day in Madagascar was a difficult adjustment, but I feel much more comfortable now, especially since I am […]

Welcome to Madagascar

Hello all, I will be blogging my journey through Madagascar this summer. Thank you for reading! Before leaving on my […]

Washington State’s Carbon Cap Experiment

With my final papers submitted and my first year of grad school officially in the books, I left Durham for […]

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