Scientist Spotlight: Benjamin Richaud, Ph.D. Candidate, Dalhousie University (Cross Posted from Canada’s OA CoP)

I am the Coordinator for Canada’s Ocean Acidification Community of Practice and recently created some blog series where you can learn more about recent ocean acidification research happening across the country and the people conducting that research. Here’s a recent piece I wrote where I interviewed Ph.D. Candidate Benjamin Richaud on his work looking at biogeochemistry of sea-ice in the Arctic and Atlantic: Scientist Spotlight: Benjamin Richaud, Ph.D. Candidate, Dalhousie University

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The Scientific Process: What is “Peer-Review”? (Cross Posted from Time Scavengers)

I blog for a really awesome science outreach and education initiative called Time Scavengers, and will try to cross-post the articles I write on my website for those that might be interested. Please check out their website – there is great content on everything from climate change and geoscience educational resources to life as a scientist! And if you don’t already, please follow them on social media! They are on Twitter (@TimeScavengers), Facebook, and Instagram! Here’s a link to the latest piece I wrote…

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A palaeontologist’s guide to modern marine ecology (Cross Posted from Time Scavengers)

I blog for a really awesome science outreach and education initiative called Time Scavengers, and will try to cross-post the articles I write on my website for those that might be interested. Please check out their website – there is great content on everything from climate change and geoscience educational resources to life as a scientist! And if you don’t already, please follow them on social media! They are on Twitter (@TimeScavengers), Facebook, and Instagram! Here’s a link to the latest piece I wrote…

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New Paper: Carbonate dissolution in response to bottom-water acidification in Gulf of St. Lawrence (Cross Posted from Canada’s OA CoP)

I am the Coordinator for Canada’s Ocean Acidification Community of Practice and recently created some blog series where you can learn more about recent ocean acidification research happening across the country and the people conducting that research. Here’s a recent piece I wrote where I interviewed William Nesbitt on a new paper examining dissolution of carbonate sediments in the Gulf of St. Lawrence: New Paper: Carbonate dissolution in response to bottom-water acidification in Gulf of…

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Building Canada’s Ocean Acidification Community (Cross Posted from Time Scavengers)

I blog for a really awesome science outreach and education initiative called Time Scavengers, and will try to cross-post the articles I write on my website for those that might be interested. Please check out their website – there is great content on everything from climate change and geoscience educational resources to life as a scientist! And if you don’t already, please follow them on social media! They are on Twitter (@TimeScavengers), Facebook, and Instagram! Here’s a link to the latest piece I wrote…

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New Paper: Socioeconomic impacts from OA and climate change effects on Atlantic Canadian fisheries (Cross Posted from Canada’s OA CoP)

I am the Coordinator for Canada’s Ocean Acidification Community of Practice and recently created some blog series where you can learn more about recent ocean acidification research happening across the country and the people conducting that research. Here’s a recent piece I wrote where I interviewed Tyler Wilson and Dr. Travis Tai, authors of a new paper modelling socioeconomic impacts of OA on fisheries in Atlantic Canada: New Paper: Socioeconomic impacts from OA and climate…

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Field Camp: An Introduction & Personal Experiences (Cross Posted from Time Scavengers)

I blog for a really awesome science outreach and education initiative called Time Scavengers, and will try to cross-post the articles I write on my website for those that might be interested. Please check out their website – there is great content on everything from climate change and geoscience educational resources to life as a scientist! And if you don’t already, please follow them on social media! They are on Twitter (@TimeScavengers), Facebook, and Instagram! Here’s a link to the latest piece I helped…

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New Paper: Underestimation of air-sea CO2 fluxes due to freshwater stratification in Hudson Bay (Cross Posted from Canada’s OA CoP)

I am the Coordinator for Canada’s Ocean Acidification Community of Practice and recently created some blog series where you can learn more about recent ocean acidification research happening across the country and the people conducting that research. Here’s a recent piece I wrote where I interviewed Dr. Mohamed Ahmed (University of Calgary) on a new paper examining air-sea carbon dioxide fluxes in Hudson Bay: New Paper: Underestimation of air-sea CO2 fluxes due to freshwater stratification…

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The Hakai Institute, British Columbia (Cross Posted from Canada’s OA CoP)

I am the Coordinator for Canada’s Ocean Acidification Community of Practice and recently created some blog series where you can learn more about recent ocean acidification research happening across the country and the people conducting that research. Here’s a recent piece I wrote where I interviewed two researchers from the Hakai Institute on their interdisciplinary ocean acidification research: The Hakai Institute, British Columbia

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New Ocean Acidification Community of Practice Coordinator: Kristina Barclay (Cross posted from Canada’s OA CoP)

I am the Coordinator for Canada’s Ocean Acidification Community of Practice and recently created some blog series where you can learn more about recent ocean acidification research happening across the country and the people conducting that research. Here’s a recent piece I wrote where I answered some questions about why I’m interested in ocean acidification research and Canada’s Ocean Acidification Community of Practice: New OA CoP Coordinator: Kristina Barclay

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