It’s go time!

In just under two weeks, I’ll board an airplane and say goodbye to continental North America for two and a half months, the longest I’ve ever spent abroad (well, if you don’t count living in Canada). My advisor and I will be spending a week in Honolulu for a conference, where we’re presenting a poster, … More It’s go time!

Interview: Can community-based science save a way of life in Micronesia?

I recently had the pleasure of being interviewed by the University of British Columbia’s Faculty of Science, about the work I’ve been a part of in Micronesia. An excerpt of the interview is below (check out the full text here). More than 600 islands dot the Western Pacific Ocean and form the Federated States of Micronesia. … More Interview: Can community-based science save a way of life in Micronesia?

Yangdidi Highlights Experiences of Super Typhoon Maysak Survivors

I wrote this blog post for Maribo, a blog about climate and global change maintained by Simon Donner,  my supervisor at UBC. In June 2015, I visited the Ulithi Atoll in the outer islands of Yap, Micronesia for the third time while working with One People One Reef. Just a few months before, on March 31, 2015, … More Yangdidi Highlights Experiences of Super Typhoon Maysak Survivors