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International Coral Reef Symposium in July
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Sean Nash Jul 13, 2008.

 

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High School:
Theodore Roosevelt High School, Des Moines, IA
The last three CD's I purchased/downloaded were:
Glen Gould The Complete recordings
Atomic Fireballs
The Cream of Clapton (Eric Clapton)
My favorite subject during the regular school day is:
I don't remember. (It was a long time ago.)
Extracurricular activities I am involved in at school:
I'd be in band if I could go back.
My interests (other than school) are:
My wife and kids, hiking, reading, multimedia production. Oh, and our chiweenie, Artie.

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Great interview about the Great Barrier Reef

There was a fascinating radio interview today (you can listen to it here) with one of the leading authorities on reefs, Charlie Veron. He has a new book, A Reef In Time, about the GBR and the effects of warming, acidification, etc. He also talks about some of the 7,000 dives he's made.…



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Posted on July 14, 2008 at 12:53pm

Hi

I wanted to say hello before leaving for a short hike. Sean Nash invited me to join your blog -- thanks! Where I use to live in Iowa City may become a good place to study marine biology if it keeps raining there. Gotta go, but I'll be back. I'm excited to be sharing the blogosphere with you.
Osha

Posted on June 14, 2008 at 3:51pm — 2 Comments

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At 5:48pm on July 17, 2008, Osha said…
Torin, your message made my day! I'm happy to know that the coral fossil is in good hands. Enjoy it -- I did.
Best,
Osha
At 5:23pm on July 17, 2008, Torin McKinley said…
hey osah. i got the package you sent me. Mr. Nash called me and said i had a package. so i was like ok. (i had no idea what it could possibly have been) so i get to his house and he takes me out to his car and hands me a package. im like HOLY CRAP! this is from OSHA GRAY DAVIDSON! at this point im like sweet i got like an autographed copy of the book or something since i hadnt gotten mine yet. but Mr. Nash was like "this is much better" i opened it up and my mouth almost hit the driveway! i was COMPLETELY blown away! never in my life had i been so excited over something someone has gave me. my smile started to hurt because i couldnt wipe it off my face! it was the coolest thing anyone has ever given me. Truly Osha you are a good man and i cant thank you enough for this gift you have given me. I did nothing to deserve it and i couldnt be happier to have it. it sitting on my desk like you asked man. and there it will stay until i can pass it on to a kid who loves the reef like i do. Osha just sending me that little piece of rock has done more than you know. Thank you osha,

Torin Mckinly
At 8:49am on July 8, 2008, Osha said…
That's a hard one -- for me, at least. My guess is that it depends on which coral reef, since threats vary by location. And do you mean fluctuation in water temperature or sea level rise and fall?
At 11:51pm on July 7, 2008, ShelbyRae said…
I have a question. What would you say is more devastating to the coral reefs: fluctuations of the water or humans?
At 9:35pm on July 1, 2008, Taylor Braby said…
Hey Osha, Thank you very much for the comment and the picture! It helped me alot and it defiantly cleared things up!
At 9:52pm on June 27, 2008, Torin McKinley said…
hey osha thank you so much for leaving me a post!!! this is so cool, its every readers dream to talk to an author about the book THEY wrote. thank you for all the feedback man!
At 1:33pm on June 20, 2008, Colton said…
On page 18 of The Enchanted Braid, it says, "... there are places on Earth in which corals live on structures built by there ancestors and predecessors, going down 7,220 feet, well over a mile." So, does this mean corals are like a bioligical volcano? Where are some of these places that these structures exist?
At 9:42pm on June 16, 2008, Brett Baltezor said…
Theyre my favorites!
At 4:14pm on June 15, 2008, Osha said…
Cream was the music of my youth (along with the Beatles & Dylan).
At 1:22pm on June 15, 2008, Brett Baltezor said…
You like the Cream?...Youre alright in my book...although I didnt right a book, youre still alright! haha
 
 
 

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