Author Archives: Mark

Europe 2012 M&M day 0

It seems that every five years, I get the bug to travel. I know…I travel a lot for work. But personal travel is different. I relax. I unwind and recharge. This time, I’ve even unplugged…from work anyway. Once that five … Continue reading

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Headed North

It’s that time of the year again. Time to head to the Arctic to do some high volume water and sediment sampling in the Beaufort Sea. I’ve been doing this for three years now and the Arctic never gets old … Continue reading

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Masset, Haida Gwaii

I flew up here this morning to travel out to a Met Tower that’s located in the middle of Hecate Strait. The tower has been in place for last two or three years and is collecting data to evaluate the … Continue reading

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What a beer geek

In April, I did the month of blogging thing and on B, I started a batch of beer and on Z, (Zymurgy) I had my first taste of that batch. Along the way, a couple of folks asked if I … Continue reading

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Reflections on PAB2011

As another PAB draws to a close it’s time to reflect on why I keep coming back and what I get out of PAB. In the beginning, the focus was on some of the technical aspects or the mechanics of … Continue reading

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