Rachel Husted • August 14, 2014
An undergraduate intern writes about her experiences on a NOAA scientific expedition currently underway. | NOAA’s Okeanos Explorer, “America’s Ship for Ocean Exploration,” is a truly unique place. Read more . . .
Tammy Newcomer Johnson • August 7, 2014
Gushing waterfalls, rainbow-colored coral reefs and tropical fish, turquoise waves and white sand beaches — Hawai’i is a literal paradise. Read more . . .
Jessica Foley • July 23, 2014
As a graduate student with imminent timelines and heavy emphasis on the scientific aspects of my research, I can easily become so consumed with this work that sometimes I lose sight of the wider, practical implications of the research. I know I am not alone in admitting this. Read more . . .
Qian Zhang • June 10, 2014
The Conowingo Dam, located near the mouth of the 464-mile long Susquehanna River, can no longer trap sediment and nutrients (mainly nitrogen and phosphorus) from the upstream watershed as efficiently as it used to. Read more . . .