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Master's student Paul Mooney follows a DEC employee as he surveys fishermen in Bay Shore, collecting data to support fishing regulations and sustainability on Long Island.

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Lessons in Chronic Pain

Dr. Gregory Carbonetti talks with The Link about his work as the Rita Allen Civic Science Fellow in Chronic Pain. As a Civic Science Fellow, Greg was part of a team that conducted a national survey to better understand public perceptions in chronic...

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Everyday Environmentalism: The Orgies of Under-appreciated Arthropods

Paul D. Mooney, an award-winning writer, film-maker and master's student in Marine Conservation and Policy at SBU, regales us with his adventures tracking spawning horseshoe crabs along the eastern coastline.

Effective SciComm on Social Media

We live in a world where social media has taken on a life of its own. Given that so many Americans get their news and entertainment from social media, it's imperative that we use scicomm to reach audiences in real time and dispel myths and misinformation...

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