Being a grad student comes with a constant sense of guilt. There is always more work to be done, always something more you could be reading, always something you could be writing. 639 more words
I am the sort of person who usually stops the microwave with 30 seconds still on the clock, preferring to eat slightly cold food then wait a few moments longer. 351 more words
The vagaries of the East Asian Summer Monsoon (EASM) impact the world’s most populous region. Understanding what drives monsoon variability is essential not only for predicting how the EASM will respond to future, anthropogenic climate change, but also for developing adaptation strategies on which agricultural communities will increasingly rely. 379 more words
The School of Biological Sciences of the University of Portsmouth, UK, is offering a PhD opportunity in marine resource management.
Harvesting the sea shore is an integral part of coastal life, but at local, national and global scales these inter-tidal fisheries are highly valuable, extract significant biomass and have considerable impacts. 474 more words