Dear Readers and Followers,
It’s been a month and a half since the birth of Mostly Harmless Science. I’ve had tons of fun writing so far and am looking forward to much more to come. I am currently sitting at 27 articles and 2500 hits, and am aiming for 50/5000 by Dec. 31. This will mean a post every day or two from my end and (hopefully) a lot of reading on yours! If you’ve enjoyed Mostly Harmless so far, please keep reading, commenting, and sharing! As always, I love feedback, questions, and new ideas, so keep them coming. I am always looking to connect with other geo, environment, and science bloggers, so if you have any favorite sites please pass them on! You can find me at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Twitter @harmlessscience
Since this post so far is disappointingly un-science-y, here’s a piece (For the Love of Cod) on the collapse of the North Atlantic cod fishery that I just had published in the Vanguard Journal‘s brand new Extinction issue. Take a look!
Until your next lethal dose of mostly harmless science,
Cover photo from JoelBLS Photography, Flickr Creative Commony