Data for Change

One predator at a time

Huia Bay, Waitakere Ranges. Photo with permission of Kelly Bennett


or why I should have been a botanist

CTD rosette used to collect water samples and collect temperature, salinity, oxygen, and turbidity profiles. Credit: California Cooperative Oceanic Fisheries Investigations.


Stories from an exotic childhood


The short answer is no.

Drawing by author


Data for Change

Using birdsong to index the local health of New Zealand nature

New Zealand tui (Prosthemadera novaeseelandiae) by Kelly Bennett <https://www.instagram.com/archersduddy/?hl=en>.


Stories from an exotic childhood

Photo by Marko Blazevic from Pexels


Stories from an exotic childhood

Ngong hills with taro plants and fever trees remembered from our farm outside Nairobi, Kenya.

Sam McClatchie

Fisheries oceanographer. Former lead for the California Cooperative Oceanic Fisheries Investigations program at NOAA (2007-2018). https://www.fishocean.info

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