Episode #089: Patrick Lynch

Patrick J. Lynch is an author, illustrator, photographer, and artist. Lynch retired from Yale University after 45 years as an interactive media designer, medical illustrator, biomedical and scientific photographer, video producer, a director of media and communications departments, and a designer of interactive multimedia teaching, training, and informational software and Web sites. Lynch is the author or co-author of eight books published by Yale University Press, including his latest book this year 2017, “A Field Guide to Long Island Sound.” A comprehensive guide to the environmental history, natural environments, plants, and animals of the Sound.

Lynch retired from Yale University after 45 years as an interactive media designer, medical illustrator, biomedical and scientific photographer, video producer, and for the past 30 years a director of media and communications departments, and a designer of interactive multimedia teaching, training, and informational software and Web sites.

Show Notes:

  • How does this book relate to birdwatchers.
  • Fascinated historically by how the sound was created by glaciers.
  • What’s the most surprising thing we should know about Long Island Sound?
  • Primary environmental challenges to Long Island Sound.
  • What impact would you like to see for your book?
  • Why do you think people aren’t more conscious of the Sound as a great natural environment.

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If your interested on more about Partick J Lynch and his new book “A Field Guide to Long Island Sound” please go to Patrick Lynch’s Website: Coast Field Guides

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