I am so very proud to have finished the massive online open course hosted by Cornell University and the University of Queensland: Sharks! Global biodiversity, Biology, and Conservation. It has been the most intensive and challenging EdX course I have … Continue reading Shark course finished
Some of the most fascinating creatures of the sea are the sharks. I love their versatility and survival power. They are commonly thought of as typical apex species (afraid of none, eating all), but they can surprise you with their … Continue reading Shark species portfolio
Last weekend I flew back to Southampton to visit friends and to continue on my BSAC sports diver course and hopefully finish it. I can tell you, I did not expect it to be this hard, but I made it and … Continue reading Sports Diver certified
Good morning and a belated happy new year!! Has anyone made some good new years resolutions? May I do a suggestion 🙂
Stop using single-use plastics. Get inspired through this blog post. Continue reading Single-use plastics
Today is my last day in Southampton. As you all know, I came here to do a second masters degree in Oceanography. I took a leap of faith in order to reach for my dreams: working as a marine conservationist … Continue reading Leaving Southampton Uni
The past few days I have not been active on this blog. That’s because it is deadline and exam time! I have been studying for my zooplankton exam on Tuesday this week. Nailed it and even enjoyed doing it, so … Continue reading Snapshots !
Last weekend Rob came over again. It was a well-needed getaway for the both of us, so we decided to make the most of it by going to the Isle of Wight for two days. On Friday I was supposed … Continue reading Short trip to the Isle of Wight