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June 1, 2018 – A lot has happened in the last month. I’ve moved back to the West Coast where I’ll start my Ph.D. in September and I’ve taken a position as an associate researcher with the Smithsonian. This month I’ll be assisting with the Marine Subtidal Ecology course at Friday Harbor Labs. Follow along with the subtidal science excitement by searching #MSE2018FHL
April 3, 2018 – I have just been awarded the National Science Foundation’s Graduate Research Fellowship! I’m looking forward to putting it to good use studying the subtidal ecology of the Oregon Coast.
February 21, 2018 – I’ve recently been appointed to the Board of Directors for the American Academy of Underwater Sciences! This week I’ll be attending my first board meeting, held at the Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta.
Every month I’ll post an exciting open-source paper related to marine ecology. I’ll also post a work of speculative fiction to keep the creative juices flowing….
And the paper and story for June 2018 are:
When is dispersal for dispersal? Unifying marine and terrestrial perspectives by Burgess et al.
An interesting look at my favorite topic of dispersal, co-authored by researchers from my favorite marine station, Friday Harbor Labs.
Seven Birthdays by Ken Liu
I totally thought I knew where this story was going, but boy was I wrong! By the end the inside of my brain felt like an Escher drawing.