Jill Hamilton | May 2, 2017
CEM, conservation, marine studies, water

The Inland Ocean Movement

I recently had the pleasure of speaking with Erin Sams Cooper, a Colorado-based environmentalist, floodplain specialist, ocean advocate and family friend. Erin serves as an advisory board member for the Colorado Ocean Coalition, an organization working to promoteContinue reading

Jill Hamilton | April 3, 2017
travel

Upwelling: Stories of Science and Policy

The Ocean Policy Working Group (OPWG) is a student organization at Duke University designed to facilitate cross-disciplinary discussions on human interactions with the ocean. For the 2016-2017 academic year, I’m serving as OPWG’s Publication Coordinator,Continue reading

Jill Hamilton | December 21, 2016
CEM, conservation, marine studies

Visualizing the Ocean

My first semester at the Nicholas School introduced me to a wide array of new ideas, technologies and approaches for managing and protecting the marine environment. In a natural resource economics class, I studied the theories behind fisheryContinue reading