UOG Science Writing Project
In 2017 Guampedia began partnering with the University of Guam to produce science based entries about Guam by graduate students taking a course in Scientific Writing in a Masters of Biology and Masters of Environmental Science programs. These Guampedia entries were assigned to provide students with practice in communicating science to non-scientists. The students chose these topics and most of them are related either to their thesis project or work experience. The instructor in the course is Dr. Laurie Raymundo, a UOG Marine Laboratory faculty member.
- Passion for Pugua by Candice Arceo.
- Staghorn Corals by James Fifer.
- The Octopus: A Genius Among the Spineless by Alisha Gill.
- Mangroves: The Forest Between Land and Sea by Mildred Kelokelo.
- Badlands in Southern Guam by Lauren Swaddell.
- Hima: Conserving a Cultural Heritage by Francisco Villagomez.
- Coral Reefs in Apra Harbor by Karim Primov.
- Guam tree: Håyun Lågu by Gregorio “Goro” Borja III, Jonathan “Kawika” Davis and Mario Martinez.
- Health Consequences of Modern Diets on Guam by Kristi Hammond and Remedios Perez.
- Insect Invasion to Guam by Benjamin Deloso, Chieriel Desamito and Kaleb Leon Guerrero.
- Islan Dåno’: Cocos Island by Dareon Rios, Cristian “CJ” Cayanan and Raina Taitingfong.
- Kava: A Popular Plant of the Pacific by Christian Potter.
- Sharks, Rays, Whales and Dolphins of Guam by Christy Starsinic, Melissa Gabriel and Victoria Moscato.
- Tourism’s Effect on Guam Reefs by Kelsie Ebeling-Whited.
- Watch Where You Breathe: Radon on Guam by Hanna Jugo.