Public Outreach and Education
Macabre at the Museum: Deep-sea fishes booth at the KU natural History Museum (October).
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
Sexy Science: Fish reproduction booth at the KU Natural History Museum (February).
Science of the Macabre: Deep-sea Fishes booth at the KU Natural History Museum (October).
Martin, R.P. (2017) Backpage article: Art of the Deep. Fisheries, 42, 244
Photos used in news articles:
• University of Kansas: New research shines light on surprising numbers and evolutionary variety of bioluminescent ocean fishes.
• Mashable: Far more fish make their own light than we thought, study finds.
• Live Science: Flash Mob! Glowing in Fishes More Widespread Than Thought
• Ars Technica: Evolution favors the bioluminescent
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
Fisheries Backpage Article