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  • Bruce Potter at IRF
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    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 18, 2013
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      > From: "Wallace J. Nichols" <wallacejnichols@...>
      > Subject: [CTURTLE] Why The Beach Makes Us Happy
      > Date: January 17, 2013 1:27:59 PM EST
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      > Reply-To: Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation <CTURTLE@...>
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      > There's a nice article in the February 2013 issue of Coastal Living Magazine (not online yet) by journalist Barry Yeoman called 'Why The Beach Makes Us Happy' that explores neuroconservation and our work on the BLUEMiND project through interviews with many of our neuroscientist colleagues and collaborators.
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      > The article is not directly about sea turtles (although the words "sea turtle" do appear), but given that many of us spend so much time on beaches it seems appropriate to share with the list.
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      > It also certainly connects directly to those who work in outdoor and environmental education as well as conservation travel / ecotourism.
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      > Pick up a copy from a news stand or let me know off-list of you'd like a pdf.
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      > See some of you soon in Baltimore!
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      > J.
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      > Wallace 'J.' Nichols, PhD
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      > Research Associate, California Academy of Sciences
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