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Kevin Zelnio

Goodbye ScienceBlogs

Craig is away at a workshop but emailed me this message to relay. Remember to visit and bookmark our new site! ——————————————————- When I was much, much younger, I joined Jacques Cousteau’s Calypso Club (named affectionately after his beloved ship). Was anyone else club members? Is there still a Calypso Club? The rights and privileges…

Our time here with Seed is at an end. One chapter closed, another one is opened. Right now it is a time a great changes for me. As many readers know, I recently moved to North Carolina to take up a position a research technician at Duke’s Marine Lab on the coast. Thankfully we did…

Linneaus Legacy #11 is up!

Eric has the latest edition of the taxonomy and biodiversity blog carnival up, Linneaus’ Legacy. Go there and learn some stuff!

Boneyard Is Up!

Zach at When Pigs Fly Returns has the latest edition of the paleo-carnival, The Boneyard! Keep an eye out for preserved naughty bits…

Trial by Fire

Well, we are mostly packed up and the family is ready for our big move to coastal North Carolina to start my new job at the Duke University Marine Lab! And it seems like we might be greeted with southern hospitality by Hannah. My first time living in the south and we are immediately confronted…

Carnival of the Blue #16

Over at The Saipan Blog. Excellent Collection of ocean-related articles. Learn about the proposed Mariana Trench National Monument and how Bush supports it! Kudos to Angelo for this edition of the Carnival of the Blue and all his hard work promoting the creation of the monument. Extra: Just read this letter to editor regarding the…

Some Deep issues today.

While Deep Sea News is still preparing our new home, spackling the cracks, painting the walls, sanitizing the fridge, throwing out the empties form the last tenant’s going away party, unpacking the boxes and otherwise getting settled in, other people are keeping on top of things in our ocean world! Toxel has sexy designs for…

Sheril reports that Barack Obama has taken up the challenge and answered the 14 questions posed by the ScienceDebate08 coalition. These 14 issues run the gamut from space to health to security and education. In particular to myself and you the reader, there was one very important question about the ocean’s health: 9. Ocean Health.…

Global Warming FAIL

I couldn’t resist. FAILBlog has the original entry, a screenshot from a forum by someone who has a plan to stop sea level rise, an outcome of global warming. Here is what the text says: “I was watching inconvenient truth the other day and theres the bit where it shows the sea level rising really…

TGIF: Its a Very Deep Sea

Just another lazy friday afternoon. I don’t know about you, but i felt more relaxed after listening to that, almost sleepy. Maybe you need a little sting to wake you up after that? (below the fold)