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George H. Leonard
Chief Scientist at Ocean Conservancy working to advance solutions to challenges facing the future of our oceans. . My tweets are my own.
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George H. Leonard May 20
Replying to @TrevorABranch
Life has no finals, papers or otherwise. It is a series of revisions, some accepted, some not.
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George H. Leonard May 20
You sure there are no local distributors?
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Jacob May 20
So happy is part of such dynamic collaborations. Our partnership with shows our commitment to the cause - and the people we ignite along the way to join us in the fight for our ocean. Oh, and the watch is beautiful too!
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Emily Knight May 20
Q: What science can help managers make informed decisions about ? A: Ecosystem indicators. When developed in collaboration with the users, they can help managers get ahead of change. Join us to learn more:
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George H. Leonard May 19
Replying to @WhySharksMatter
Im with you. Not perfect but great engagement tool. And im a lumper not a splitter on most things in life, including seafood.
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George H. Leonard May 19
Replying to @WhySharksMatter
No. Of sustajnable seafood generalizations. Note - i was in on the ground floor of sfw
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George H. Leonard May 19
Replying to @PreetBharara
Yes
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George H. Leonard May 19
Replying to @WhySharksMatter
I thought you weren’t a fan.
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George H. Leonard May 19
Round two of the disappearance of the plastic straw. This time from my bar, with mint and lime from the garden. .
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George H. Leonard May 19
Heart symbol doesn’t seem right but....
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George H. Leonard May 19
Come on, seriously???
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George H. Leonard May 19
Chocolate chip toll house is always a failsafe option.
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George H. Leonard May 18
Indeed helpful.
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Eric Holthaus May 17
270 → 280 ppm: ~5000 yrs 280 → 290: ~100 290 → 300: ~40 300 → 310: ~30 310 → 320: ~23 320 → 330: 12 330 → 340: 8 340 → 350: 6 350 → 360: 7 360 → 370: 6 370 → 380: 5 380 → 390: 5 390 → 400: 5 400 → 410: 4 410 → 415.7: 2 We are in a climate emergency.
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George H. Leonard May 17
I just have a feeling that we are witnessing the end of the plastic straw.
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George H. Leonard May 17
This is just flat out brilliant!
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George H. Leonard May 17
Replying to @MiriamGoldste
Agreed. Need to break the ocean-fish link if you get to claim the label.
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George H. Leonard May 17
Replying to @MiriamGoldste
I will say, this headline is a bit click-baity; looks like they are adapted to low O2, at least for short periods (a la diurnal migration). But hey, i clicked.
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George H. Leonard May 17
Octopuses May Go Blind As Climate Change Sucks Oxygen Out of the Ocean
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George H. Leonard May 17
Outdoor gear, food retailer Patagonia harshly criticizes aquaculture, hatcheries in "Artifishal"
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