Media coverage: “Seaweed is putting sea turtles in a hot mess”

Hakai Magazine just published a short piece relaying some of the findings of our recent scientific journal article: “Beached Sargassum alters sand thermal environments: Implications for incubating sea turtle eggs.” The author of the Hakai piece, Richard Kemeny, does a nice job putting the content into a popular science format. It was also awesome to see a a quote included from scientist who I admire a great deal, Dr. Stephanie Kamel (UNC Wilmington). So a shout out to her! We hosted her for a seminar during my PhD days at NC State—she gave a super interesting talk and was a pleasure to spend some time with.

If you missed the link above, here it is again: Hakai Magazine article

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