A US Senator posting on Buzzfeed? AND using animated GIFs to talk about Science? This one’s too good to ignore, but the facts are definitely sobering. Click below to read Massachusetts Senator Edward Markey’s post on how climate change stands to affect our long-standing holiday traditions: Climate Change vs. The Holiday Season http://dlvr.it/4ZLF6g
Bio Logik: Science Outreach Remixed and Served Fresh.
Long has the state of educational funding been dismal. Classrooms suffer. Teachers become bitter. Students are left numb and disinterested. This deficit has hit the sciences especially, with minimal support for the laboratory based, hands-on learning that many of us were fortunate to have. Students are missing out on critical thinking opportunities and, in some […] http://dlvr.it/4YQG2N
Vampire squid–with cloudy blue eyes, a blood red body, and barbed arms– may be the deep sea’s most frightening creature, but according to a new study, it may also be the gentlest. It turns out, this vampire is actually a vegetarian. The decisive clue to the vampire’s kinder nature came in the form of long, […] http://dlvr.it/4XlN1v
Climate science and poetry collide in the IPCC Haiku
Haven’t had time to read all 2000+ pages of the 2013 IPCC report? Neither have I! But don’t worry, physical oceanographer Greg Johnson has taken the time to condense and clarify the main talking points. Even better, he has gone one step further than just digesting the science. This is the IPCC report rewritten in […] http://dlvr.it/4X43zK
Everyone is always asking the DSN crew what are favorite books are. Well just in time for the holidays we are unleashing The Essential DSNL Library. We have kids books, entry level books, advanced books for those on the way to or already marine scientists, and the beginning of a fiction section for our down time. […] http://dlvr.it/4Wh8Rm