With the invention of artificial light, we could overcome the darkness of night, but has it overcome our connection to the stars?
You can change friends, but you can’t change neighbours. A visit to the NOAA Beaufort lab for their open house,
Another academic year draws to an end and graduates are heading off all over. A turtle-inspired reflection on the year past and years ahead.
Joys of studying at the Marine Lab: clamming with friends on the weekend and getting our own seafood!
Spring break by the beach – sort of. Banding Sooty Terns as part of a 50 years long effort at Dry Tortugas National Park, Florida, with the Pimm Lab.
What does it mean to be an international student? Living vicariously through my friends in Singapore on the Urban Tropical Ecology travel course while I am at the marine lab makes for some thoughtful nights.
On sharks and fisheries, some food for thought this Lunar New Year.
A day on St. John’s Island with the Duke Marine Lab travel course!
On 2 February 1971, 18 nations met in Iran to sign the Convention on Wetlands. 45 years later, over 2000 Ramsar sites across the world conserve the diverse and productive ecosystem that is the wetlands. On the same day 45 years later, the 17 students returned to the Duke University Marine Lab after two weeks learning about marine ecology on St. John Island in the U.S. Virgin Islands.