–Mining, Metals and Megafauna in the Pacific Deep-Sea
-What was your path to graduate school?
–What drives me: Giving more, taking less
–Finding my SOEST niche: From occupational therapy to mathematics to biological oceanography
-Bedtime Science Stories
–Creatures Lurking in the Darkness
–Why did I become an ecologist?
–What drives me to be a scientist?: Impacting society through science
–Inspiring future discoveries and changing the world
–It’s Not Always Bad to Cross the Line
–From a pre-Veterinarian, to Animal Behaviorist, to Adoptions Counselor, to Biological Oceanographer…
–Gambling on Oceanography in Hawaii: The Risk Was Worth The Reward
–Adapting Locally to Sea-level Rise
–The art in microbial oceanography: why data visualizations and art are two sides of the same coin
–Storm Chasing on O‘ahu!
-Breaking ice in Antarctica… to discover what lies beneath
–From garbage sorter to marine bioacoustician
–The One With The Peanut Butter M&M’s
–Bridging the Gap
–Bad Data/Good Data: How a physical study ended up giving insight into animal behavior
–A Bittersweet Cruise
–How I got into science
Christine A. Waters
–Name the Three Types of Rock: Balancing Music and Minerals –Path to Graduate School
–Aquatic Soldiering – The Norm
–HIMB30 – The Prius of Bacteria
–Would you like a side of plastic with your fish?
–To Jargon or not to Jargon