JR in the Feedspot Top 50 Oceanic Blogs!

We recently got some great news here on Expedition 372 aboard the JOIDES Resolution…Our blog has been selected as one of the Top 50 Oceanic Blogs on the web!!! We’re definitely honoured that we have been chosen from among many great contenders (including some of my other personal favourites, too). We’re happy our global audiences love to visit us to learn more about awesome ocean and geology sciences, ship life, marine careers, and a variety of tales from the sea!

Check out the full list of exciting top ocean-related blogs here: http://blog.feedspot.com/oceanic_blogs/

Stephanie Sharuga
Stephanie Sharuga has a Ph.D. in Oceanography and Coastal Sciences from Louisiana State University in the United States of America, where she studied and developed approaches for using submersibles for evaluating deep-sea benthic megafaunal communities in the northern Gulf of Mexico after the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. Stephanie also holds a M.S. in Environmental Management and Sustainability from Illinois Institute of Technology, and B.Sc. in Biology and Earth & Ocean Sciences from the University of Victoria in Canada. Over the years, she has been involved in a variety of research, volunteer, and consulting projects, including with organizations such as the Bamfield Marine Sciences Centre, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, Field Museum, and the International Ocean Discovery Program. Her past research has included projects that combine the studies of marine communities and seafloor geology, along with work in marine policy and environmental management. She has also been actively involved as both a ship and shore-based scientist for multiple oceanographic cruises over the years. Stephanie shares her lifelong passion for the ocean, environment, and science through a diverse variety of science education, outreach, and STEM mentoring activities.
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