Tag Archives: #ScioOceans

  1. FL – ScienceOnline Oceans, Wrap-Up

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    October 14, 2013 by Dr. G

    Wow – it is amazing how much information can be packed in to such a short time.  With one day …
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  2. FL – ScienceOnline Oceans, shark tagging

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    October 13, 2013 by Dr. G

    Today was a day filled with post-conference fieldtrips for attendees to choose from.  Since I went to graduate school in …
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  3. FL – ScienceOnline Oceans, Sat. PM

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    October 12, 2013 by Dr. G

    The Saturday afternoon of ScienceOnline Oceans was packed with three technical sessions, then group dinners and the Marine Geek Fashion …
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  4. FL – ScienceOnline Oceans, Sat. AM

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    October 12, 2013 by Dr. G

    Here I am at “the U” (how people refer to University of Miami) for today’s sessions at ScienceOnline Oceans!  The …
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  5. FL – ScienceOnline Oceans, workshop & panel

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    October 11, 2013 by Dr. G

    Today begins the formal programming of ScienceOnline Oceans! This afternoon, a series of workshops were available for people to attend. …
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  6. FL – ScienceOnline Oceans, travel day

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    October 10, 2013 by Dr. G

    After my flight taking off an hour late (the pilots were delayed getting to the airport), I’ve started my journey …
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Are you interested in adding more foods to your diet that are sustainably sourced? How appetizing would insects be to you? I can't wait for the next virtual lecture with @visitmediapa's Delaware County Institute of Science, which is on this exact topic! Join Dr. Emily Moscato from @saintjosephs University on March 8th at 7:30PM (ET) to see how society can move towards producing and consuming more sustainable foods. The lecture is free (registration required) at: https://tinyurl.com/dcislectureseries
Today was the first day of a "Sustainability in Our Curriculum" workshop. From now through May, I'm with a cohort of faculty in Penn State's College of Earth & Mineral Sciences (@psu_ems) to develop sustainability-related curriculum for our EMS courses. I look forward to working with others for new ideas, perspectives, and resources to address areas that I need to develop further for my students.
For February, I made a mini-quilt for my front door I’ve titled I HeART Earth Science. It represents both my identity as an Earth scientist and the creative way I communicate science. The big read heart in the middle represents not just my heart for my work and where my creativity originates, but Planet Earth. The green and blue batik fabrics around the heart represent land and water, the Earth systems of hydrosphere, biosphere, atmosphere, and lithosphere - the complex systems that interact with each other and provide the foundation for the living and non-living components of our environments.
Beautiful/chilly day to get out for a walk - or, to finally get the car out for a drive! (until tomorrow’s snow...)
In the month of January, I gave the walkers in my neighborhood something different to look at each day - a growing record of weather comparisons! For my January 2021 #SciDoor, I crocheted a temperature record of the maximum daily temperature recorded in this area from 50 years ago, and compared that value to this year. Slowly, day-by-day, I built out the record of comparing temperatures (left side is 1971, right side is 2021), with row 1 being the data for January 1st, row 2 representing the temperature data for January 2nd, etc. It was a fun way to start the day each morning, crocheting a row at a time!