In the Earthwatch office here in Boston, staff are abuzz prepping volunteers for the busiest field season of the year and making sure our science teams have what they need.
When I was a little boy, my mother would take me on regular trips to see the life-like dioramas of the African Hall of Mammals at the Museum of Natural History in New York City.
The story of a volunteer’s innovative contribution to volcano research.
Three years ago, British geology student Kimberley Wyatt flew to Costa Rica to protect baby turtles from egg poachers.
Have you ever wondered what research is fun, important, and inspirational enough to build an Expedition around?
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.
We Know What You Did This Summer–Because You Told Us!
Warren Stortroen is a self-described “Earthwatch addict,” and we love him for it.
Almost four years ago, about six months after I started working at Earthwatch, I had the pleasure of chatting with one of our scientists,
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…