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Susan R. Eaton
🍁 Geoscientist, journalist & polar snorkeler Fellow Intl Fellow One of Canada's top 100 modern-day explorers
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NatGeo Pristine Seas 18h
from the island of Tristan da Cunha home to the Atlantic Yellow-nosed Albatross! Did you know Albatross fathers split time evenly with their mates to help raise their chick by incubating the egg and feeding their hatchling? Photo by:
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Jellyfish float in a kelp forest off Isla de los Estados, : Giant kelps grow more than 150 ft tall and form one of the most diverse ecosystems on the planet. Story & photos by
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Susan R. Eaton Jun 15
Bravo! My sister Stephanie Bertossi and her husband Maurizio Bertossi join the the Business Hall of Fame! A formidable team, their career spanned four decades and has inspired restauranteurs
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Susan R. Eaton Jun 15
Replying to @Allakariallak
Which is your favourite?
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Susan R. Eaton Jun 15
The Special Committee on the spent a year studying the significant and rapid changes in Canada's North and impacts on original inhabitants, finding that youth (the Arctic's greatest asset) were hit the hardest by federal underinvestment
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Mad Jun 14
This is my backyard people! Please stop suggesting we move because of the conditions Inuit face in our communities. This is home and it’s SO beautiful. Don’t penalize us for having lived here for thousands of years. Be allies, not jerks
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Susan R. Eaton Jun 14
Basketball was invented by a Canadian, after all... Congrats Toronto !
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Susan R. Eaton Jun 14
Seahorses likely evolved their upright posture in response to an increase in shallow water habitats containing that occurred during the Oligocene, 34-23 million years ago, Photo © Elias Levy
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Susan R. Eaton Jun 13
Seaweed is tastier than kale...
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Susan R. Eaton Jun 13
Excited to deliver the plenary address at the Phycological Society of America's annual meeting on June 24 in , Florida! Here's some of the the sea women Expedition saw offshore Labrador
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Sedna Epic Jun 11
What a way to wrap up in New York! Sedna's ocean educator and underwater robot expert Erica Moulton ran a workshop for Young Explorers, engaging them to design, build, operate and fly
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Susan R. Eaton Jun 11
Replying to @science_pwells
Looks yummy indeed!
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Susan R. Eaton Jun 11
Ever the mineralogist! A potassium feldspar, get's its blue-green colour from small amounts of lead. This gorgeous specimen includes vertical crystals of smoky quartz: Smoky Hawk Claim, Colorado, Photo © Thomas Spann, Pinnacle 5 Minerals Collection
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Susan R. Eaton Jun 10
Excited to see the mentorship program Expedition advancing the careers of our women polar explorers! Brava to on her certificate and her cruise with aboard the
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Susan R. Eaton Jun 9
Use the app to book a submarine tour of the Great Barrier Reef! creates the experience ($2,060 USD for two people) and matches every fare with a donation to a local eco-group protecting the
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WMO | OMM Jun 8
. According to , women make up 38% in ocean science, 10% higher than in science overall. WMO gender plan seeks to attract more women into meteorology, hydrology, climate science and oceanography.
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Sedna Epic Jun 8
Happy from the sea women ! What a lovely photo of polar bear & her two cubs in the during our 2018 dive & snorkel expedition to Nunavut & Greenland
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Susan R. Eaton Jun 8
The theme for 2019 is , promoting gender equality in ocean-related activities incl. scientific research, fisheries & labour at sea: The sea women Expedition inspire and empower women to explore the
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Sedna Epic Jun 7
“This is something that isn’t just a policy area for us,” said Natan Obed, president of , which wrote the strategy. “It also is a life-and-death situation for people who are still inextricably linked to the environment.”
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Susan R. Eaton Jun 7
Very proud of what the Expedition has accomplished since 2014! Sixty women, in collaboration with advisors and team members, have delivered a hands-on knowledge sharing & mobilization program in the
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