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An Eruption of Citizen Science in Nicaragua

The story of a volunteer’s innovative contribution to volcano research.

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Turtles, Volcanoes, and 150,000 Kids

Three years ago, British geology student Kimberley Wyatt flew to Costa Rica to protect baby turtles from egg poachers.

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Turning a Concept into an Expedition

Have you ever wondered what research is fun, important, and inspirational enough to build an Expedition around?

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Like Mother, Like Daughter: A Story of Dolphins & Handbags

For this week’s blog, my intention was to share the adventures of Carol Sellers who recently returned from Egypt on her 6th Earthwatch Expedition, Red Sea Dolphin Project.

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What Earthwatchers Do with Their Summer Vacation

We Know What You Did This Summer–Because You Told Us!

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Another Day, Another Expedition

Warren Stortroen is a self-described “Earthwatch addict,” and we love him for it.

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Climate Change and Cocktails

Almost four years ago, about six months after I started working at Earthwatch, I had the pleasure of chatting with one of our scientists,

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What’s in a name? Lots, if it’s naming an Earthwatch Expedition.

If I was writing a novel or screenplay about a female marine biologist and wanted to give her the name “Marina Costa,” my editors would probably say, “Nice play on ‘marine’ and…

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