In March 2017, physical oceanographer Kim Martini hopped on a seaplane from Seattle to visit Victoria, BC. Kim works with Seabird Scientific and she was invited by Ocean Networks Canada (ONC) to deliver a boot camp on how to get the best data from Seabird's oxygen sensors. Not only is Kim an experienced ocean scientist, but she is also a well-known science communicator and blogger with Deep Sea News.
We sat down with Kim to talk about the value of Twitter, pitching stories, leveraging humour, and what's next for science communication.
Hello Victoria! For the next two days I'll be working with the folks at...