Author Archives: Drew Burrier

About Drew Burrier

Drew is a graduate student in Physical Oceanography at Moss Landing Marine Laboratories in California, as a member of the Physical Oceanography lab. His thesis focuses on internal wave dynamics in submarine canyons. He is a natural born gypsy, having grown up in Cleveland, Ohio, and rambled through Tennessee, Colorado, and Illinois before finally answering the long call of the sea. He now lives in Monterey, with his lovely wife and two dogs.

A Season of Faith’s Perfection

That title was used in a movie to describe the hope that springs eternal at the start of a new baseball season and it has always stuck with me. Perhaps it comes from growing up in Cleveland, Ohio a city … Continue reading

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Stepping up to the Plate

When I originally conceived of this post 2 months ago I thought it would be a reflection of my experiences presenting my research at a major science conference for the first time. It has since morphed into something else. The … Continue reading

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Class Cruisin’

There are days that change you. One minute you are chasing what you thought was your dream, and then something comes along that changes your trajectory. Those days are rare, and can come to define one’s entire purpose in life. … Continue reading

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