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My drive out here was one to remember! I drove just under 1,000 miles to get to Cuyahoga and I am so happy that I had my family drive with me. It made driving through Wisconsin, which had downpour rain and construction, and Chicago, which...

Hello everyone! My name is Jaylin Solberg and I am so excited to be a Mosaics in Science Intern this year! I am now a Junior at the University of North Dakota where I study Fisheries and Wildlife Biology. I knew I had a passion...

Hello all, my name is Katherine, I am 24 years old and was born and raised in Miami, FL. My parents are from South America, my mother is Bolivian and my father is Colombian. I grew up in a Spanish speaking household. When I was...

Hi! My name is Malik Robinson I am currently a rising senior at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University. I am currently majoring in Agriculture and Environmental systems with a concentration in Sustainable Land Management. The location that I will be conducting my internship is...

My name is Andres and I live in Tampa, Florida.  I have recently graduated from the University of South Florida with a B.S. in Environmental Biology. I have lived in Florida my entire life and I love being outdoors. One of my favorite things is...

To switch things up this week, I thought I would interview someone working for the National Park Service I think is a great person for who they are and what they do for Yosemite National Park. Though I do not directly report to her, she...

"Throw a stone into the stream and the ripples that propagate themselves are the beautiful type of all influence" -Ralph Waldo Emerson I had these words in mind as we were wrapping up the Point Reyes Science Adventure on Tuesday. We ended our time together with...

During the second week of the EcoLogik program, these young scientists covered more material than most adults could even fathom. Monday and Tuesday we dived into the creation and experimental execution of Biomimetic Loggers. Using RaspberryPi's, the students learned how to code a thermostat, which we...

In order to determine the success of tree thinnings and treatments, forest monitoring is conducted to quantify the changes of the forest health. The best part about forest monitoring is using all of the different gadgets to measure the growth of the forest. We use a...

The last few weeks here have been busy with field preparations and field work. Because we are working with insects, there are many details that go into preparing transects and in making sure we pack enough of what we need before going out. Aside from...