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By LINDSEY HOSHAW NOV. It can float along for hundreds of miles before being caught in a gyre and then, over time, breaking down. Photo. Articles by Lindsey Hoshaw on Muck Rack. Find Lindsey Hoshaw's email address, contact information, LinkedIn, Twitter, other social media and more.
Find Lindsey Hoshaw's articles, email address, contact information, Twitter and more. Lindsey Hoshaw is an Online Content Producer for KQED Science in San for a month to write about the Great Pacific Garbage Patch for the New York Times.
Lindsey Hoshaw is an interactive producer for KQED Science. Before joining KQED, Lindsey was a science correspondent for The New York Times, The Boston. Lindsey Hoshaw is a freelance journalist based in Boston who writes about technology and the environment. Her work has appeared in The New York Times . View Lindsey Hoshaw's profile on LinkedIn, the world's largest professional Wrote online and print articles for The New York Times, The Boston Globe and. Caption: Lindsey Hoshaw's original video pitch for funding her reporting mission on raisingmyknight.com MIAMI (Nov.
10, ) -- The New York Times. I just returned from a month-long voyage to the Great Pacific Garbage Patch to write an article for The New York Times: “Afloat in the Ocean, Expanding Islands . Several hours after I published yesterday's post about Lindsey Hoshaw's crowdfunded story in the New York Times, NYU grad student Leah.
[UPDATE: Comments by New York Times Public Editor Clark Hoyt and this morning — Lindsey Hoshaw's account of her visit to the massive. Lindsey Hoshaw's email address firstname.lastname@example.org | Show Science Correspondent @ The New York Times, The Boston Globe, Forbes Blogger.
Today's New York Times features an article about a patch of garbage, The piece was written by freelance journalist Lindsey Hoshaw, and the. Today in the New York Times science section you'll find a piece written by Lindsey Hoshaw about the Pacific garbage patch and an. By LINDSEY HOSHAW The New York Times. ABOARD THE ALGUITA, 1, miles northeast of Hawaii — In this remote patch of the Pacific.