Climate change is triggering significant glacier change, which has both geomorphic and hydrologic impacts.
We talk a lot about the importance of women and minority academics mentoring students and new faculty. But are we expecting too much of them?
The week has gone by in a blur and I have no scintillating ideas to explore as I’ve used them all up. Though what often … Read more
Last week I published an article in Nature. Ha, I’ll bet you thought I meant a scientific article in the prestigious journal, Nature. Nope. I … Read more
I have an op-ed up on the Science Borealis blog this week, about the federal government’s Naylor Report on fundamental science, and how we need … Read more
What?? It’s August already? Where is the summer going?? Here on Vancouver Island we’re on our 46th day without rain, and are in the middle … Read more
BC Wildfires As you can imagine, much of my reading in the past week has focused on the wildfires in BC. I wrote a post … Read more
Science funding in Canada A new report from the Global Young Academy, spearheaded by three Canadian professors, determined that 40% of Canadian scientists had turned … Read more
Last week I finished reviewing Science Blogging: The Essential Guide, edited by Christie Wilcox, Bethany Brookshire and Jason G. Goldman. While it was largely written … Read more
I’ve had a few pieces of writing come out lately that I haven’t had a chance to chat about yet, so thought I’d collate them … Read more