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All is NOT calm

Well, this post is LOOONNGGG overdue. But that happens right? It’s still a story worth telling ­čÖé I haven’t posted in a while, so lets touch base on the last three months of my grad school life. Michelle┬ámentioned that many in our lab attended the Biennial Meeting┬áfor the Society for Marine Mammalogy. It was crazy, […]

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Busy times call for….

links to other blogs!! ┬áLike this one:┬áLADC-GEMM Lately I’ve been doing some “field work” although that is not nearly as glamorous as my labmates Michelle and Samara are doing right now. I am piloting a glider in the Gulf of Mexico for a monitoring project around the area of the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill. […]

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Work Hard, Play Hard

Work Hard If you’ve been keeping up with all the goings on of ORCAA students this summer, you might think our lives as grad students are full of glamorous field work. I’m sorry to report that there is more to being a grad student then picturesque moments with charismatic study species in beautiful locations. We […]

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