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Mount Rainier is populated by quite a cast of colorful characters. As we get into the alpine spring season – about mid-July – the bear grass heads nod their blossoms and the hills turn bright green with new growth. Among the showy wildflowers, the people...

History of the Cavern Carlsbad Caverns became a national park in 1930, and it is easy to see why it has captured many Americans' and scientists' hearts. Roughly 250 million years ago, this area was an inland sea with a large reef....

It's me, Ivan. I'm back! I guess you are, too. Round 2 of my blog! These past few weeks, I have been going all around the park to get to know all the different parts. The thing about Guadalupe Mountains National Park (GUMO) is that there...

Marker buoy with dive flag showing where divers are underwater One of FWIMP's team members, Mike, performing fish identification surveys at approximately 20 ft depths Industrial size ice box to be removed by the FWIMP team on one of the next marine debris days When it comes to...

Howdy! Taro here checking in for an update on our fog monitoring project at Cabrillo National Monument! Woweeeee the fog monitoring project has been moving at a rapid pace. Last post we went over the construction and placement of the fog monitoring stations. This post will...

In the past two weeks, I had the amazing opportunity to hike the Alum Cave Trail up to Mount Le Conte and stay in a bunkhouse. Our crew made two camping trips up to Mount Le Conte to collect data in eight of our plots...

Hi. My name is Amy Carrillo. I graduated with a BA in environmental studies at Fordham University and will be pursuing my MS in geoinformatics in the fall. I'm very excited to spend the next 10 weeks as a Boston Harbor science communication intern before...

Songs of the Week: "Bad Habit" by Steve Lacy and "True Blue" by Mark Ronson (feat. Angel Olsen) Hi, hello! How are you? In this blog post, I will be talking about the things I've learned over the course of my internship so far. I would...

WAPA Marine Team at Asan Beach Park War in the Pacific National Historical Park, or “WAPA,” commemorates the individuals who participated in the events of World War II in the Pacific. Not only is the park rich in historical significance, but it is also rich in...