Emily Tripp is New Editor of MarineScienceToday.com

Written by on August 7, 2012 in Other News

MarineScienceToday announces that, effective immediately, Emily Tripp will be the new Publisher and Editor of the website, as well as owner and chief executive of parent company Marine Science Today LLC.

Emily is a graduate of the University of Miami’s Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science with bachelors degrees in Marine Science, and Biology, and minors in chemistry and Ecosystem Science and Policy.  While at RSMAS, Emily worked as a research assistant in a lab dedicated to coral reef research and conservation.  She is a certified SCUBA diver.  She loves traveling and studied abroad twice.  She first studied global warming politics of the European Union while in Paris, France, and she then visited 12 countries and became an Emerald Shellback while circumnavigating the globe on Semester at Sea.

Over the next few weeks, MST will be introducing several changes, most notably, a new category for Features. Here, you will find original pieces, such as monthly ‘creature features’ and other regular feature articles and columns.  MST also has an updated image gallery and a new page where you can read about all of MSTs contributing writers.

MarineScienceToday is dedicated to providing the general public with the latest news and information about the world’s oceans.  It is designed to communicate sometimes complicated science in easily understandable terms, keeping readers up to date on current events, and stressing the importance of a healthy marine environment as well as its relationship to overall global environmental health.

About the Author

About the Author: Emily Tripp is the Publisher and Editor of MarineScienceToday.com. She holds marine science and biology degrees from the University of Miami's Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science and a Master of Advanced Studies degree in Marine Biodiversity and Conservation from Scripps Institution of Oceanography. When she's not writing about marine science, she's probably running around outside or playing with her dog. .


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  2. Allie says:

    How exciting!!!!!