Monthly Archives: July 2016

Just Because it is Silly Season, Don’t Forget Climate Mitigation

Summer Silly Season It’s the height of silly season, and in 2016 the season is sillier than ever.  2016 being an election year, the United States will now immerse themselves in two weeks of that uniquely American and totally over-the-top set of events called the national conventions of the Democratic and the Republican political parties.  … Continue reading »

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Thoughts about corals, coral reefs, and coral reef conferences

Hanauma Bay now and in the 1960s Last week I was in Honolulu participating in the 13th International Coral Reef Symposium (ICRS).  It was, for me, a time for reminiscing.  I was a student at University of Hawaii in the 1960s and was a participant at the 2nd ICRS on the Great Barrier Reef in … Continue reading »

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