Things have been hectic over the last few weeks for all of us here at ‘Stop. Think. Science!’, and we apologize for this episode being late. We hope that you enjoy it regardless of the late release!
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Our interview today is with expert marine scientist Dr. Ellen Prager.
Today we have Dr. Ellen Prager who is a marine scientist involved in many areas including freelance writing, science communication, science consulting, and is a safina center fellow. Throughout her career she has held positions at many different marine science facilities including the Aquarius Reef Base in Key Largo, Florida, the Sea Education Association (SEA) in Woods Hole, MA, the National Undersea Research Center in the Bahamas and in addition spent time as the Assistant Dean at the University of Miami’s Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science. Ellen is a rockstar marine scientist and we are excited to hear about some of her thoughts and experiences!
We chat about her journey exploring the oceans, and learning about marine science. In addition, she tells us a little about the book project she is working on.
Her favorite books:
- The Shark Whisperer
- The Shark Rider
- Stingray City (May 2016)
- Sex, Drugs, and Sea Slime: The Oceans Oddest Creatures and Why They Matter
How to follow Ellen!
- Facebook – Ellen Prager or Tristan Hunt and the Sea Guardians fan page
- Twitter – @elprager
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