May your adventures continue.

To me Kevin Zelnio is larger than life. This is probably due to the fact that we have never met in person. But I have met him many times online. Via this blog, via twitter, via his amazing writing, via the lore of the Zelnio persona at science online. Kevin’s writing is an open and honest window into his world and the things he cares about. His last post here at DSN really touched a nerve with me. I wish I could say his experience as a struggling scientist and communicator was unique, but I know it isn’t. While I am sad that he will be departing DSN, I wish him the best at this latest reboot. Kevin, hopefully I will one day get to Sweden and try one of your delicious beers. Skål.

Kim Martini (86 Posts)

Kim is a Physical Oceanographer at the Joint Institute for the Study of Atmosphere and Ocean at the University of Washington. She received her Ph.D. from the University of Washington in 2010. Her goal in life is to throw expensive s**t in the ocean. When not at sea, she uses observations from moored, satellite and land-based instruments to understand the pathways that wind and tidal energy take from large (internal tides) to small scales (turbulence).





One comment on “May your adventures continue.
  1. Actually met him in person.
    He will make the very best beer, I am sure.
    I doubt I will ever get to Sweden.

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