Monthly Archives: November 2014

Stories from a Coral Reef – Cleaner Fishes and Early Days at Heron Island

This is another in my series of stories from a coral reef – stories in which I seek to tell about the wonders of this marvelous world, and what it has been like as a scientist trying to uncover just a small part. Daily Life on a Coral Reef The sun was coming up and … Continue reading »

Categories: Biodiversity Loss, coral reef science, Stories from a Coral Reef | Comments Off on Stories from a Coral Reef – Cleaner Fishes and Early Days at Heron Island

More on Economics, Politics and the Mitigation of Climate Change

It’s that time of year. We switched our clocks back just as the weather turned cold and rainy, and afternoons became dark and dreary. We’ve had one or two sunny days over the past week, but I know winter is coming and I long for sunshine already. Most of my snow-bird neighbors have flown south … Continue reading »

Categories: Canada's environmental policies, Climate change, Coal, Economics, In the News, Land Use, Politics, Tar Sands | 4 Comments