Professor Christopher Gobler of Stonybrook’s School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences: A Profile

Here’s a nice piece on Prof. Christopher Gobler of Stonybrook’s School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences (SoMAS)   by Kyle Rabin of Ecocentric.org.   You want to know about toxic algal blooms, what they are doing to the marine plants and animals  in our ponds and bays, and what we can do to combat them, he’s the expert.   His lectures, which we hope to post here as well soon, are very accessible, yet highly sophisticated.   Please note:  the article summary offers that this piece is about smart grids.   That is not at all the case.   Obviously from another article at Ecocentric.org

Our Hero: Chris Gobler, Stony Brook University’s School of Marine and Atmospheric SciencesSmart grids are in our future, and this short film from ClimateDesk explains how re-engineering our electric grid can make it easier to develop more renewable energy and create a more efficient and reliable electric system. (And the Back to the Future footage is a nice bonus.)

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In addition, here’s a video he put together with Ecocentric.org on water quality, and the many threats to it:

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