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Blogging fish scienceAuthor(s): Dan Isaak
Source: Fisheries. 39: 575.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Rocky Mountain Research Station
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DescriptionI've written the Climate-Aquatics Blog the last several years as a means of rapidly and broadly distributing peer-reviewed research pertaining to climate change and its effects on aquatic ecosystems. My intent in doing so has been to raise awareness, stimulate healthy debates and information exchanges, and engage with those concerned about this global phenomenon across a diversity of backgrounds and aquatic science disciplines. So far, so good, as the blog mailing list continues to grow and I've enjoyed dialogues with people all over the world. Based on the feedback I receive, blogging is easily the most useful thing I do in terms of communicating and disseminating scientific information. And I suspect it will probably remain the most useful thing I ever do in those regards when I reflect someday back on my career.
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CitationIsaak, Dan. 2014. Blogging fish science. Fisheries. 39: 575.
Keywordsfish science, blogs
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