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Adam T.

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$32/hour
  • Joined June 2016

I'm a freelance writer that specializes in science topics. I have a B.S. in Conservation Biology and an M.S. in Forest Health.

  • Arlington, VA, United States
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Adam T.
Arlington, VA, United States

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Experience

Summary

I've had numerous temporary positions as a field biologist. I currently work as a technician for an invasive plant control company. I have my B.S. and M.S. in biology related fields.

Work history

Invasive Plant Control LLC.
Technician
An invasive plant control technician is responsible for being able to identify any plant in the field and knowing the proper method to treat them.
Auburn University
Graduate Research Assistant
As a graduate research assistant I was responsible for conducting research, writing up reports, and explaining the results to land managers.

Portfolio

A Deep Look at the Deep Sea

An exploration of the unique microbial life on the ocean floor.

Are Our Oceans Running out of Oxygen?

Detailing current trends in oceanography that relate to global climate change.

Costal Fish Populations: The Need For the Benthic Ecosystem

An analysis of new research published in the scientific literature.

New Chemicals We're Finding in our Fisheries

An analysis of new research in the scientific literature.

Getting Closer, But Still Far From Ocean Preservation Targets

An analysis of current event in politics that pertain to ocean preservation.

The Ancient Sunken City (Built By Microbes)

An analysis of a recent find off the coast of Greece and its context in history and ecology.

Education

Accreditations

Auburn University
M.S. Forest Health
SUNY ESF
B.S. Conservation Biology

Availability

Not seeking work

Available

  • Available evenings and weekends

Commitment

  • Can work 10hrs per week
  • Can commit to 1+ years

Interests

Industries I love

Science

What I read

Scientific literature, Scientific American and other blogs, Textbooks