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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
Apr 9 2018 | Posted In: Publications
Jeremy Goldbogen
Apr 2 2018
Spring quarter has begun. One item missing from the course catalog is the fact that nearly all of the courses have some lab/wet/field experiences associated with them. The faculty and TAs easily outnumber the students. This allows for small class size, individual interactions and easy access to...
Mar 29 2018 | Posted In: Publications
Elizabeth A. Sheets, Patricia A. Warner, Stephen R. PalumbiAbstract
Mar 20 2018 | Posted In: In the News
By Kimber Price Monterey >> Two local marine biologists have been named to an international committee formed by the National Academy of Sciences to conduct an emergency investigation on how to make coral more resilient.
Mar 19 2018 | Posted In: In the News
Moving Closer to Sustainability Goals March 14, 2018     By  Rob Jordan Appointment of new co-director brings marine focus and expanded reach for initiative in Costa Rica.
Mar 18 2018 | Posted In: Publications
Antonio Di Francoa, Jeremiah G. Plass-Johnson, Manfredi Di Lorenzo, Bruno Meola, Joachim Claudet, Steven D. Gaines, José Antonio García-Charton, Sylvaine Giakoumi, Kirsten Grorud-Colvert, Carlos Werner Hackradt, Fiorenza Micheli, Paolo GuidettiHighlights • European spiny lobster had the smallest...