It has been an interesting Winter 2021-2022: large amounts of rain, dramatic temperature swings from winter snowy cold to unusual January high temperatures. While the large amounts of rain are typical for a La Niña (as opposed to El Niño) winter weather pattern, high temperatures are not. I happened to be out collecting zooplankton for […]
This summer, 2020, the Evergreen Shellfish Garden will be tended and reseeded by myself, my undergraduate research student Makenna and by the generous help of some Evergreen alumni and industry partners.
In Spring 2020, I have been teaching an interdisciplinary program in marine biology and animation with Evergreen Faculty Member Ruth Hayes. The WordPress site for the program featuring the student work is here. This program has been one of the highlights of my career here at Evergreen–thanks to all our students who worked so hard […]