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MARINA in Currents!

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MARINA in Currents!

MARINA lab students Brittany Hoedemaker, Katy Dalton, and Samantha Farquhar authored posts for SMEA’s “Currents” blog during Winter quarter. Check out their pieces below!

Brittany Hoedemaker: Weather, Climate, and Global Warming: Does Terminology Really Matter?” (Feb. 2019) and “The Dirty Truth About Clean Beauty” (March 2019)

Katy Dalton & Samantha Farquhar: Ice, Ice…Maybe?” (April 2019)

Katy Dalton: It’s not all via-doom and gloom: things are looking up for Seattle’s waterfront” (March 2019)

Cover photo from UW SMEA “Currents” page

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Hoedemaker Authors Currents Blog on Sixgill Sharks

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Hoedemaker Authors Currents Blog on Sixgill Sharks

First year SMEA student Brittany Hoedemaker authored a post on Currents, SMEA’s student-run blog. Check out her piece where she explores the disappearance of sixgill sharks in Puget Sound. Brittany serves as an editor and author for Currents so keep an eye out for additional posts throughout the year.

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