About the Authors
Marine Science Today features articles written by the Publisher and Editor-in-Chief, Emily Tripp. 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 studied abroad in Paris, France to study global warming politics of the European Union, and became an Emerald Shellback while circumnavigating the globe on Semester at Sea. You can read some of Emily’s stories here.
Celia, a resident of Buenos Aires, Argentina, is a frequent contributor to Marine Science Today. She is a certified diver and her favorite topic is marine biology, especially stories about whales. You can read some of her stories here.
Michael is the former Science Diving Editor for California Diver Magazine, currently contributing writer to Marine Science Today, an active AAUS (American Academy of Underwater Sciences) Science Diver and founder of SevengillSharkSightings.org. He lives and works in San Diego. You can read some of his stories here.
Tom is the owner of OceanLines LLC, and the publisher of OceanLines.biz. He is an award-winning marine journalist, science writer and long-time public communications specialist. His writing has appeared in a wide array of publications; from Microsoft’s Encarta encyclopedia to Yachtworld.com, with many print magazines, newspapers and other publications in between. He is the former Editor of MST.
Henry is a resident of Mid-Coast Maine, where he lives close to the alewives and horseshoe crabs of the brackish Damariscotta River. Henry is a contributor to Marine Science Today who has always been a science enthusiast and sympathizer of environmental causes. You can read some of his stories here.