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Jack Hawley


Humboldt State University

Hello all! My name is Jack and I am an oceanography graduate from Humboldt State University. I currently work for a nonprofit focused on community outreach in promoting a mere equitable energy future for the State of California. I’m here to learn more about science writing and to develop my own skills!

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Fish in Charleston, SC are eating microplastic fibers

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Our oceans and coastal ecosystems are filled with tiny plastics, which is bad news for aquatic life

Flash droughts are a new type of extreme weather event

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Scientists are figuring out how to pinpoint the onset of a flash drought

Disadvantaged people have a three-times larger "energy burden" than average households

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"Systemic policies and historic underinvestment" drive the disparity

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Reintroducing sea otters is good for the environment and the economy, and both matter

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More sea otters are detrimental to fisheries income, but economic gains in other sectors outweigh these losses

Matthew Vandermeulen

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Cod ears contain a long history of warming in the Atlantic Ocean

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Bones in fish ears have recorded evidence of a trend that could mean trouble for fish

Olivia Bernard

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