Learn about bringing more diversity to the sciences, environmental justice, the Shoreline Greenway Trail, a new diversity fellowship and the unique career of Bob Pomeroy with fish and fishermen across the globe in the Fall-Winter 2020-21 issue of Wrack Lines magazine. With the theme of “Diverse Perspectives in the Environment We Share,” the issue highlights the contributions of writers and photographers from diverse backgrounds delving into topics that are local, statewide, national and international in scope.
McKelvin, Katrina; Torres, Gerald; Preston, Judy; and Benson, Judy, "Wrack Lines Volume 20, Number 2 Diverse Perspectives in the Environment We Share" (2020). Wrack Lines. 109.
Editor's column, contents and contributors
wracklines-F2020 Bringing diversity.pdf (3287 kB)
Bringing more diversity to the sciences starts in the classroom
wracklines-F2020 Gerald Torres.pdf (6905 kB)
Getting to know Gerald Torres: Q&A with Yale University environmental justice scholar
Wrack Lines Bob Pomeroy article final.pdf (1301 kB)
Bob Pomeroy: dedicated to improving the lives of fishermen and marine ecosystems around the world
wracklines-F2020 shoreline trail.pdf (1131 kB)
Mile by mile, shoreline trail pieces together expanded coastal access for varietyof uses
wracklines-F2020 fellowship winners.pdf (288 kB)
Fellowship supports diversity in marine, coastal research