Adam Trautwig

I think I can jump that far.

I'm a freelance writer by choice because I love to write. I'm a scientist by birth (after 6.5 years of formal academic training).
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awesomeocean.com
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One of the Worst Nuclear Disasters of All Time, 5 Years Later
August 28, 2016
awesomeocean.com
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Is Wine Recovered From Shipwrecks Still Drinkable?
August 21, 2016
awesomeocean.com
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Coral Reefs Are Now In NASA Territory?
August 14, 2016
awesomeocean.com
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More Research? The Georgia Aquarium Has Some BIG Plans!
August 6, 2016
awesomeocean.com
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Pink Watermelon Snow Finally Explained
July 29, 2016
awesomeocean.com
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Baja Project Knows The Secrets of A Place You’ve Never Heard Of
July 21, 2016
awesomeocean.com
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Adelie Penguins Aren’t Looking Forward To The Year 2060
July 14, 2016
awesomeocean.com
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This Unconventional Research Vessel Looks Like A Giant Seahorse
July 7, 2016
awesomeocean.com
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When Melting Greenland Glaciers Meet Atlantic Ocean Currents
June 30, 2016
awesomeocean.com
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Title of Largest Marine Reserve In The World Back To The US?
June 23, 2016
awesomeocean.com
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They’re Going To Need A Bigger Boat! 16 Foot Great White Shark Caught In SC
June 16, 2016
awesomeocean.com
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Getting Closer, But Still Far From Ocean Preservation Targets
June 8, 2016
awesomeocean.com
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Wake Up and Smell The Routine: Chemicals We Find in Our Fisheries
June 2, 2016
awesomeocean.com
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Exploring The Deep Sea And Feeling Ridiculously Tiny
May 27, 2016
awesomeocean.com
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Are Our Oceans Running Out of Oxygen?
May 25, 2016
awesomeocean.com
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Coastal Fish Populations: The Need for the Benthic Ecosystem
May 16, 2016
blog.sculpturehospitality.com
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Is bartender school really necessary? Yes and no
September 30, 2016
biology.yoexpert.com
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How do you promote native plant communities over invasive plant communities
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