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"Everything you write about in these discussion's are so creative and I really enjoy…"

Lindsay Doolan replied Mar 17, 2013 to The Outer Strands

10 Mar 18, 2013
Reply by Rylee Hanlan

"Okay, mine might seem boring because it is only talking about one thing. The Thalass…"

Lindsay Doolan replied Mar 17, 2013 to The Outer Strands

10 Mar 18, 2013
Reply by Rylee Hanlan

"Chapter four: The Rise of the Corals The purpose of my keynote is to tell you that "…"

Lindsay Doolan replied Mar 11, 2013 to The Rise of Corals & The Heart of Lightness

14 Mar 17, 2013
Reply by McCabe Davis

"Re-did my Keynote. Less than 5 words now:)"

Lindsay Doolan replied Mar 11, 2013 to Darwin in Paradise

17 Mar 13, 2013
Reply by Bobbi thompson

"I agree with Megan when she was talking about the discussion we had in class. Althou…"

Lindsay Doolan replied Mar 3, 2013 to Darwin in Paradise

17 Mar 13, 2013
Reply by Bobbi thompson

""The most complex ecosystem in the sea: the coral reef" I am still very amazed at ho…"

Lindsay Doolan replied Jan 23, 2013 to Animal, Mineral, Vegetable

9 Jan 27, 2013
Reply by Madison Steilen

"http://goo.gl/nz4sv Above is the link to my presentation. I did pacific bluefin tun…"

Lindsay Doolan replied Jan 23, 2013 to Seafood Resource Tales

15 Mar 3, 2013
Reply by Rylee Hanlan

"I think the world might be a better place to live if humans were more humble. If you…"

Lindsay Doolan replied Aug 22, 2012 to Who Has Known The Ocean? - The Enchanted Braid

40 Aug 27, 2012
Reply by Madison Steilen

"I feel like you already did this picture in another class!! Haha everything you said…"

Lindsay Doolan replied Aug 21, 2012 to A Perspective on The Sea

41 Sep 9, 2012
Reply by Zachary Rich

"That's what I was thinking also. "Maybe the artist of the picture was trying to show…"

Lindsay Doolan replied Aug 21, 2012 to A Perspective on The Sea

41 Sep 9, 2012
Reply by Zachary Rich

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