This is a talk by Marine Ecologist and reef fish ecology expert Dr Mark Hixon of OSU. I love it! Mark and I apparently have a lot in common. I love my job too. But the special knowledge it gives you – the painful and needless loss of the ocean’s biodiversity – can be a bummer.
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