Jill Harris, a Ph.D. student in the Smith Lab, gives us a little insight on the “ins and outs” of the Smith Lab this quarter. If you’d like to know more about Jill’s research or what she’s up to, you can also check our her own blog at http://backtothesea.wordpress.com/
Susan Kram, the newest Master’s student in the Smith Lab, gives an update on what she’s been working on this quarter at SIO. From classes, projects, and continuing to develop her own research projects, a Master’s student’s work is never done.
The Pacific Voyagers are a network of Pacific Islanders who are sailing the world with a fleet of environmentally-sustainable vakas wth the mission to combine the wisdom of their ancestors with modern science to broader understanding of the ocean and share their message of stewardship with the world. Levi Lewis talks about his interaction with members of Pacific Voyagers.
Read more about some of our current research on Ocean Acidification in this recently published piece from Ocean Carbon and Biogeochemistry News. See pg. 9 for some images and data from our last trip to the Line Islands. Check out the full article here: Ocean Carbon and Biogeochemistry News, Winter 2011
This is a blog post by Andi Haas, a PhD student in our lab, following the other side of field research. While the majority of the lab is on a field cruise, generating data for future scientific publications, others are still working in the lab, processing samples collected on the last field trip and preparing for the next. Working in … Read More
The Tent Brigade by Jen Smith, head researcher on the Benthic Team Prior to setting out on this expedition, I really had no idea how the Benthic Team was going to accomplish the goal we had set: performing three separate experiments at each island given no more than four days each. It seemed impossible. Now, after our fourth island, we … Read More