From the Field: Deploying a new pH and O2 Sensor!

For 5 days, a research team from Columbia University traveled to Tampa Bay to deploy a suite of oceanographic sensors to collect data in a mangrove site and sea grass site. My partner and I built a fast pH/O2 sensor that was deployed for the first time. As always, field research means making mistakes and correcting them on the fly!

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Correlation Station: A how-to for Pearson’s Correlation Coefficients

After mentoring last summer, I realized that the efficient implementation of basic statistical analyses, including Pearson's Correlation Coefficient, often isn't fully understood. I hope you enjoy this how-to, with images, Excel equations, and plenty of tips to make any of your future correlation-based data analysis much easier!

Marine Life in the Azores Islands

In the upcoming month, I'm headed to the Azores Islands of Portugal for a field course. As the marine specialist of the group, I was in charge of gathering information about this incredible ecosystem. Let this be your guide if you're trying to find a place where an unexpected ocean floor feature leads to amazing marine biodiversity.

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