by Maddie Maffia, CCP This summer, I am studying land-use practices and their impacts on the Great Barrier Reef (GBR) in Australia. The GBR is the most diverse coral reef ecosystem in the world. Sadly, it has lost 80% of its coral reef coverage in the northern portion of the reef over the past decade. […]
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About Maddie Maffia
Madelyn is currently an undergraduate student at Oregon State University, studying environmental science with specializations in aquatic biology and environmental water resources.
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Below is a blog by Maddie Maffia, the Center’s Communications intern who helps with our enews. We are so grateful for Maddie’s commitment both to getting the enews out on time and for her commitment to climate protection. Here is an update on her recent studies as they relate to climate science. _____________________________________________________________ As my […]
by Maddie Maffia, CCP The UC Davis Tahoe Environmental Research Center held their 12th annual State of the Lake Report for the 2017 year this past week in Incline Village, NV. The report summarized the wellbeing of Lake Tahoe from data collected in 2017. In 2017 alone, 11,000,000 data points were gathered and analyzed to […]
My name is Maddie Maffia, and I am a Sophomore at Oregon State University studying Environmental Science. This summer I have the privilege of interning in my hometown, Santa Rosa. I help the Center for Climate Protection with communications. I chose the Center because I admire its work spreading awareness and preserving the climate for […]