I am Bluegrass Blue Crab on Southern Fried Science! Find me there where I cover rural development issues, recent books and articles, aquaculture development, life in science,and how toxicology is important to all coastal residents.

I also used to write regularly for Facing West on Ocean Spaces for the citizen science category, where I cover progress on our California Citizen Science Initiative, issues from the field, and the myths of citizen science.

Duke also recorded my defense seminar, which was aimed simultaneously at my committee and the public. I talk about one aspect of my dissertation, the nuances in a collaborative research effort between fishers and scientists.

others by me:

NC Coastwatch Fall 2013: When Worlds Meet: Relevant Results When Citizens, Scientists Collaborate

PLoS CitizenSci: The Many Faces of Citizen Science

Ecology on the Web in the Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America, April 2011: Ecosystem Based Management – Managing for Everything or Nothing At All


others about me:

Marine Ecosystems and Management, Sep 5th, 2017: Incorporating Cultural Values Into Ocean Planning and Management: New tools and trends

VA Sea Grant News, Oct 26th, 2015: Mapping the Cultural Influence of Oysters

VA Sea Grant News, Feb 17, 2015: Tackling Big Issues in Symposium Breakout Sessions


Contemplative Mammoth:  ScienceOnline Interviews

NC Coastwatch Summer 2012: Hunting for Quicksilver: Testing Local Seafood for Mercury

Sock It To Me’s Cool Girl of the Month, September 2010

On Science in the Triangle, May 18th, 2010: Science Online 2010 Interview with Amy Freitag