Here are the most recent #WaveWatching posts I posted on my Instagram @fascinocean_kiel. Enjoy!
One of the few “behind the scenes” shots of me taking #WaveWatching pictures! See the super awesome current right at my feet? :-D⠀
Similar to kitchen oceanography, I believe that wave watching is a great tool in education and outreach, especially during times where activites have to be socially distant. My article “How to Teach Motivating and Hands-On Laboratory and Field Courses in a Virtual Setting”, where I am elaborating on both, just came out in Oceanography, the official magazine of The Oceanography Society. Check it out at https://tos.org/oceanography/article/how-to-teach-motivating-and-hands-onlaboratory-and-field-courses-in-a-virtual-setting!
Glessmer, M.S. 2020. How to teach motivating and hands-on laboratory and field courses in a virtual setting. Oceanography 33(4):130–132, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2020.417.
Last #WaveWatchingWednesday of 2020 — this year’s final compilation of my Instagtam posts!
Today with a lot of non-wave watching pics. But who doesn’t love some #KitchenOceanography?