A Natural History of One Dr. Peter Etnoyer

Before he was a doctor. At North Carolina Science Blogging Conference in 2008.

Before he was a doctor. At North Carolina Science Blogging Conference in 2008.

Peter has made 4 years of contributions to Deep Sea News! Between January 2007 and July 2009 Peter averaged 12.7 ± 5.4 posts per month. Not bad! I did not have data for the 1 and half years spent at Blogger prior to joining Seed Scienceblogs, but he ranged from 3 posts in July 2007 to 25 posts in April 2009. From January 2007, DSN’s first full month at Scienceblogs, to Peter’s farewell post, he racked in 402 posts (31.5 months). I’ve compiled my Top 25 of Peter’s posts for readers to enjoy looking back on, ordered chronologically.

February 10-11, 2007 – Just Science Weekend: Gadid Fish and They Eat Their Young
March 13, 2007 – Webcasting Exploration
March 25, 2007 – A Fish that Starts with “X”: Children’s Book about the Sea
June 8, 2007 – Our Ocean Future: The Glass Half Full
July 9, 2007 – How safe Is Your Sushi?
August 7, 2007 – Deep Corals of Washingtpn State
September 6, 2007 – As NGO’s Rise Greenpeace Goes Under
January 14, 2008 – Clueless about Big Tuna
January 24, 2008 – Scary Sushi: Guerilla Science and the Fish Fog Syndrome
April 28, 2008 – Deep Sea Corals Are Rich and Beautiful, Like Their Shallow Tropical Counterparts
May 1, 2008 – Footprint of the Atomic Age in the World’s Oceans
May 2, 2008 – Deep Corals Provide Habitat for Numerous Associated Species
May 22, 2008 – A Motion in Google Ocean
July 12, 2008 – Is It All Over for Corals?
August 5, 2008 – Making the Deep Sea Connection to Mangroves
September 7, 2008 – The Glacial Pace of Sea-Level Rise
December 2, 2008 – My Take: A New Species of Isidella Bamboo Coral
December 11, 2008 – One Question Interview: Champ Williams
January 22, 2009 – Naming a New Species Is Tricky Business
February 3, 2009 – Broadcast Media’s Comman Performance
February 5, 2009 – Pimp Your Google Ocean
February 6, 2009 – 19th Century Voyage Through Google Earth
March 3, 2009 – Tips on Consulting for the Marine Sciences
March 25, 2009 – Deep Sea Corals Are World’s Oldest Animal
April 14, 2009 – Finding Nemo by DNA Parentage Analysis

Plus Peter spearheaded Megavertebrate Week, The Great Turtle Race DSN Iron Man Challenge and Coral Week. Additionally, Peter and I, as well as several other fantastic bloggers, participated in a panel session Real Time Blogging in the Marine Sciences at the 2nd North Carolina Science Blogging Conference in 2008 (now Science Online). An accomplished blogging career, see you later Peter!

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