exploring the modern world of citizen-science

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Follow me on my journey to document the new world of modern citizen-science and its contribution to conservation. What started as a simple beach debris survey down the coast of Washington has taken me to remote volcanic islands in the Alaskan Aleutians as well as joining the hunt for invasive species in the Salish Sea.

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THERE’S A REVOLUTION HAPPENING IN SCIENCE. AND NOW, MORE THAN EVER, YOU CAN BE PART OF IT.

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Mt. Iliamna coughs up some secrets

We spend two weeks in the Alaska back-country supporting the AVO (Alaska Volcano Observatory) team while they surveyed and studied one of Alaska least understood volcanoes. 

Not only did we leave with a  better understanding of this unique volcano but we made some new friends in the process. 

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Teams Back!

It was a hard two weeks but we're back in Washington. The team accomplished all their objectives. Look for upcoming articles as soon as we work through our backlog of correspondence.

Alaska Volcano Observatory

-- August 2019 --

Steve  will be heading north once again to the Last Frontier. This trip will be about helping the Alaska Volcano Observatory conduct field research. The team will be conducting hard science to support AVO’s mission:

“Assessing the full range of potential hazards at specific volcanic centers. This effort involves studying a volcano to determine the style and frequency of past eruptions, and potential impacts of future activity.

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