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Associate Professor of Environmental Science Branwen Williams Featured in National Geographic

Associate Professor of Environmental Science Branwen Williams Featured in National Geographic

In 2015, Branwen Williams, associate professor of environmental science at the W.M. Keck Science Department, found and collected coralline algae 20 meters beneath the ice in freezing sea water for her research on oceanic climate change, as a grantee of the National Geographic Society’s Committee for Research and Exploration. Her work has now been featured by National Geographic in its #bestjobever and Oceans View video series online.

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