Public Outreach and Education

 

2018

Ichthyology Deep-sea Collection for 'Collections up Close' at the University of Kansas Union (April).

Deep-sea Diversity during 'Science Night' at the Lawrence Beer Company (March).

Article about scientific communication and my creation of the #SundayFishSketch on twitter
- https://environment.uw.edu/news/2018/03/marine-and-environmental-affairs-student-uses-art-to-communicate-science-with-sundayfishsketch/

https://environment.uw.edu/news/college-newsletter/march-2018/

Fish reproduction booth during 'Sexy Science' at the KU Natural History Museum (February).

2017        
Deep-sea Fishes booth during 'Science of the Macabre' at the KU Natural History Museum (October).

Martin, R.P. (2017) Backpage article: Art of the Deep. Fisheries, 42, 244
http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/03632415.2017.1296737

2016        
Photos used in news articles:
University of Kansas: New research shines light on surprising numbers and evolutionary variety of bioluminescent ocean fishes. 
- https://today.ku.edu/2016/05/16/new-research-shines-light-surprising-numbers-and-evolutionary-variety-bioluminescent

Mashable: Far more fish make their own light than we thought, study finds.
- http://mashable.com/2016/06/08/bioluminescence-fish-evolution/#yLuWUPCrOGqT

Live Science:  Flash Mob! Glowing in Fishes More Widespread Than Thought
- http://www.livescience.com/55016-glowing-widespread-in-fishes-gallery.html

Ars Technica: Evolution favors the bioluminescent
http://arstechnica.com/science/2016/06/evolution-favors-the-bioluminescent/

2014         
Invasive Species Awareness. The Global Social Responsibility Conference, St. Cloud State University, St. Cloud, MN. Oral Presentation

Co-creator of interpretive trail signs for educational purposes at Camp Ripley, Minnesota

 
 
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