Contributing Authors


Below you'll find a list of authors who have contributed to this blog so far (alphabetical order):

Stella Alexandroff: Convening a Conference Session: A Recommendation Letter  
Carin Andersson: Publications Ethics - Authorship Issues
Adrianna Bankston: Holey Science - Gaps in The Research Career
Xavier Benito: Diatoms - My Way into Science
Izzy Bishop: Holey Science - Gaps in The Research Career
Alicja Bonk: Dig Deeper! Why Do We Care about Lake Sediments?   
Paul Butler: Senior Scientist - How to Be an ECR in Your Fifties
Vachel Carter: The Power of Networking as an ECR
Abraham Nqabutho Dabengawa: Redeemed by Charcoal
Aditi Dave: Tracking 800,000 Years of Climate Change: Snippets from a Field Campaign in Tajikistan
Beth Francis: 100 Days of Vitamin Sea
Robyn Granger: Trials in Taxonomy: Popcorns, Spirals, and Roses 
Aritina Haliuc: Newspaper Reports in Romania – What Do They Tell Us about Extreme Meteorological Events of the Early 19th Century?
Ignacio Jara: The 8.2 ka Event Seen from the South
Chris Kiathipes: Holey Science - Gaps in The Research Career
Melissa Lucash: Holey Science - Gaps in The Research Career
Tomi Luoto: Balancing Life and Work in Academia
Yoshi Maezumi: Insights from Pre-Columbian Land Use and Fire Management in the Amazon Basin
Caitlin MacKenzie: How to Become a Paleobiologist
Renata Mikalauskiene: A Scenario for Sustainable Energy and Water Systems Integration in Urban Areas
Josh Mueller: Recovery Times After Catastrophic Events in the Caribbean Islands
Nguyen Tan Thai Hung: PhD and Parenthood: An Insider's Story
Heather Plumpton: Science Policy: An Approach to 'Actually Do Something' about Climate Change
Aleksandra Pospieszyńska: A Short Story of the Struggle to Get Long Records of Air Temperature in Toruń, Central Poland
Marttiina Rantala: In Search of Past Underwater Light
Thomas Ronge: Around Antarctica in Five Years 
Deirdre R. Ryan: Holey Science - Gaps in The Research Career
Nick Schafstall: The EGU Mentoring Program - Tips on Attending the EGU as a First-Timer
Danielle Schimmenti: Science in Submarines  

Elizabeth Thomas: Balancing Life and Work in Academia
Karol Tylmann: Searching for the Right Erratic Boulder

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