Jeff Mull

Jeff Mull

Hawaii Editor, SURFER Magazine

9.24.12

Features

Wind Farm Controversy

Locals debate the construction of the Kawailoa wind farm on the North Shore

Locals debate the construction of the Kawailoa wind farm on the North Shore.

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9.17.12

Features

Oil Spill In Southern Oaxaca

Spill threatens sea turtles and world-class surfing beaches

Spill threatens sea turtles and world-class surfing beaches.

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9.13.12

Features

Maldives Controversy

Local surfers and foreign developers battle over the privatization of the atoll's waves

Local surfers and foreign developers battle over the privatization of the atoll's waves.

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9.4.12

Features

Ricardo dos Santos Interview

The Brazilian dark horse on his breakthrough performance in Tahiti

The Brazilian dark horse on his breakthrough performance in Tahiti.

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8.29.12

Features

Sewage Spill Forces Beach Closures

Over 1 million gallons of sewage dumped in Tijuana

Over 1 million gallons of sewage dumped in Tijuana.

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8.21.12

Blogs

How To Rehab a Surf Injury

Dr. Tim Brown on preventing, and healing, a worn rotator cuff

Dr. Tim Brown on preventing, and healing, a worn rotator cuff.

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8.14.12

Blogs

How To Take a Beating

Kohl Christenson on surviving the wipeout of your life

Kohl Christenson on surviving the wipeout of your life.

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8.7.12

Features

Reunion Shark Controversy

The second shark attack in two weeks sparks decision to cull sharks in protected area

The second shark attack in two weeks sparks decision to cull sharks in protected area.

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8.7.12

Blogs

How To Surf Teahupoo

Michel Bourez on navigating Tahiti's marquee left-hander

Michel Bourez on navigating Tahiti's marquee left-hander.

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7.27.12

Blogs

Textured Crafts

Sharks' textured skin allows them to move faster through the water. Can the same concept be applied to surfboards?

“It’s all based on the idea of reducing drag in the water. Sharks are perfect examples. If you were to touch a shark’s skin, you would notice that it’s really smooth in one direction and very rough on the other. On the surface of their skin are these small divots that create an effect that allows them to cut through the water faster. Instead of the water simply sliding down their bodies, it bounces off of the divots in their skin, creating small vortexes that they’re able to glide on. I wanted to take this idea and relate it to surfboards.”

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