Science communication methods and strategies for paleoscientists


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Why communicate our science? Aside from our duty to let taxpayers, who largely fund our research, know what their money has been spent on, our motivation to communicate stems mainly from a desire to make a contribution towards a more sustainable world. Given the scale of the environmental challenges facing the planet and human societies today, doing only research is not enough. There is a clear need for us, as scientists, and even more as early-career scientists, to communicate to a wider audience than just our direct peers.



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DOI 10.22498/pages.25.2.100

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Plumpton, H. , Brahim, Y. A. , Gowan, E. and Dassié, E. (2017): Science communication methods and strategies for paleoscientists , Past Global Changes Magazine, 25 (2), p. 100 . doi: 10.22498/pages.25.2.100


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