I am a graduate student working in mathematical ecology, paleoecology, archaeology, and evolution of disease. My Wikipedia editing interests include expanding and improving articles on mathematical ecology, marine ecology, and statistics, but I am certainly happy to pitch in where needed. The bulk of my edits come from reverting vandalism and minor edits. For more details about my work on the project, check out my work page. I am also an administrator ( verify). If there is anything I can do to help you on the project, by all means let me know.
I have been active on Wikipedia for a few years now but still make mistakes occasionally. If I can help with anything or I have screwed up something, feel free to write a note on the bottom of my talk page, User talk:TeaDrinker and I will be happy to take a look. I very much hope Wikipedia can expand its currently declining base of users.
My nickname comes from my fondness for Earl Grey tea (or other black teas), written in CamelCase as an homage to the early Wikimedia software convention of using CamelCase for links (although my residency on Wikipedia does not extend that far back). Wikipedia has an excellent page for helping new editors known as The Teahouse, and although I encourage new users to visit (and stop by occasionally myself), I am not particularly involved there; the Teahouse and I just have a similarity in name. I also do not use the nickname "TeaDrinker" on other websites, so any other TeaDrinkers you encounter are probably just, like me, a fan of tea.
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