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.
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.
A day on St. John’s Island with the Duke Marine Lab travel course!
Where would you go in the world? Travelling has boundless benefits, but we speak little of its costs. A recount of travels in 2015 (aka an excuse to share some photos) and the environmental impact of aviation.
Fishes introduced to the Biedouw River in the South African cape have become a severe conservation challenge. There is no easy solution for protecting the endangered endemic fishes.
Part two of studying abroad in South Africa and reflections on photography ethics.
I particularly love being out in the field, learning and applying the ecological theories in real life, surrounded by people who are equally interested in environmental science and conservation policies.
Slash and burn agricultural practices in Indonesia have resulted in a thick haze smog blanketing it’s neighbours for years. What needs to be done to prevent future incidents?
While studying abroad in South Africa with the Organisation for Tropical Studies, I reflect on the news of Homo naledi and the evolution of humankind.