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Southern Fried Science

Over 15 years of ocean science and conservation online.

  • Based in United States of America
  • Roughly two posts per week
  • First post on

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Posts per month
Month starting Posts
Aug 2023 2
Sep 2023 1
Oct 2023 1
Nov 2023 1
Dec 2023 0
Jan 2024 15
Feb 2024 14
Mar 2024 14
Apr 2024 7
May 2024 9
Jun 2024 8

Any gaps could be due to errors when fetching the blog’s feed.

Most recent posts

Did you calibrate you CTD today?
The first time I went to test an OpenCTD head-to-head against a hand-held commercial CTD, something was wrong. It was early in the OpenCTD development, but we were deep enough into the weeds that we …
On , by Andrew Thaler, 71 words
John Oliver covers Deep-sea Mining on Last Week Tonight
The ocean is a gigantic places absolutely chock full of weirdos. Oliver touched on quite a few points I’ve made over the year, including the fact that deep-sea mining is absolutely not inevitable and that …
On , by Andrew Thaler, 77 words
I built a DIY hardware store pressure vessel to test ocean science tools from the comfort of my shed.
I have a problem with the OpenCTD. The OpenCTD is a low-cost, open-source oceanographic instrument that lets you take fundamental water quality measurements for a fraction the cost of commercial alternatives without sacrificing data quality. …
On , by Andrew Thaler, 97 words