Sharing science without the scientists

Well, another conference has come and gone (if you want a few highlights from it, check out the twitter hashtag #Congress_2013). The City of Saskatoon provided a nice, albeit pricey, location for the combined annual meetings of three large Canadian scientific organisations (CMOS, CGU and CWRA). Kudos need to be given to the organisers and Read more about Sharing science without the scientists[…]

Learning environmental science… in the field!

As a current graduate student and someone who has (relatively) recently completed an undergraduate degree, I feel oddly qualified to comment on the impacts that chronic underfunding has on undergraduate geography programs. In my experience, the biggest and most significant loss when the fiscal belt tightens often tends to be field or lab components of Read more about Learning environmental science… in the field![…]