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May 23 2018 | Posted In: In the News
WHY WE WROTE THIS When it comes to acquiring knowledge, scientists are often constrained by human limitations. But when people expand their thinking to consider options that may seem beyond what is humanly possible, new doors to understanding open. That's what happened when marine biologists...
May 22 2018 | Posted In: Publications
Bing Wang, Ling Cao, Fiorenza Micheli, Rosamond L. Naylor, Oliver B. Fringer
May 18 2018 | Posted In: In the News
... Gregg has been working with the foundation's board member William Gilly on forming partnerships with local organizations to facilitate future outings on the boat. Gilly a researcher at Hopkins Marine Station said Monterey is the perfect place for the Western Flyer to land. "We have a lot of...
Apr 26 2018 | Posted In: Publications
Natalie H. N. Low, Fiorenza Micheli
Apr 19 2018 | Posted In: In the News
An important consideration is weighing the costs and benefits of potential interventions such as moving species around the world, committee chair Stephen Palumbi told Eos, while bearing in mind those that have sometimes gone awry.
Apr 18 2018 | Posted In: In the News
Hopkins Marine Station, Stanford University  
Apr 18 2018 | Posted In: Original Articles
The white shark is among the most iconic predators in the ocean. But for all their public exposure, the lives of white sharks remain shrouded in mystery. Their remarkable migrations and behaviors have come to light in the past decade, through the use of biologging tags. These sophisticated tags –...
Apr 12 2018 | Posted In: In the News
Open to Stanford students and postdocs BIO 270 – MINI-COURSE: 1 WEEK, 2 CREDITS REGISTER @ EXPLORE COURSES Investigating socioeconomic and ecological links between human health and natural ecosystems