The chances for significant breakthroughs at the global climate change meeting now scarcely two weeks away have grown dimmer as the start of the conference approaches. Perhaps it’s just another effect of covid, the pandemic that won’t go away, and… Read More »Success at COP26? A Shimmering Mirage
(I’m dedicating this post to one of my mentors, F.E.J. Fry, and to University of Hawaiʻi, a great place for me.) Choosing where to obtain one’s graduate education is important. Choosing well is even more important, because a future career… Read More »Serendipity – How Not? To Choose a University for Graduate Studies
It’s hard to miss, standing tall above the general canopy height of corals on a Caribbean reef, looking somewhat like an ancient castle with multiple turreted towers. If a castle had been designed by corals, that is. Multiple tall columns,… Read More »Homage to pillar corals, Dendrogyra cylindrus.