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Jul 3 2018 | Posted In: Publications
Maria João Correia,  José Lino Costa,  Carlos Antunes,  Giulio De Leo,  Isabel Domingos, Handling editor: Caroline DurifAbstract
Jul 3 2018 | Posted In: Publications
Hawthorne L. Beyer, Emma V. Kennedy, Maria Beger, Chaolun Allen Chen, Joshua E. Cinner, Emily S. Darling, C. Mark Eakin, Ruth D. Gates, Scott F. Heron, Nancy Knowlton, David O. Obura, Stephen R. Palumbi, Hugh P. Possingham, Marji Puotinen, Rebecca K. Runting, William J. Skirving, Mark Spalding,...
Jul 2 2018 | Posted In: In the News
The federal government rescinded the Obama-era National Ocean Policy and replaced it with new policies intended to promote jobs and national security. Stanford experts examine potential unintended implications.By Nicole Kravec, Stanford Center for Ocean Solutions
Jun 20 2018 | Posted In: Original Articles
Erica Ferrer Published on Jun 18, 2018 Discover the seagrass meadows of Ischia, Italy, where CO2 from volcanic vents informs our predictions about the effects of ocean acidification on seagrass ecology. Learn more about the natural history of these amazing marine plants and a bit about the...
Jun 18 2018 | Posted In: In the News
Natalie Low, of the Micheli Lab at Hopkins Marine Station, has won the Frances Lou Kallman Award for outstanding female PhD candidate in recognition of special excellence in coursework, teaching and/or research. She follows another Micheli Lab Ph.D. candidate, Chelsea Wood, who won the award in...
Jun 17 2018 | Posted In: Publications
J. A. Goldbogen, P. T. Madsen Journal of Experimental Biology 2018 221: jeb166033 doi: 10.1242/jeb.166033 Published 12 June 2018ABSTRACT
Jun 15 2018 | Posted In: Publications
R. L. Crane, S. M. Cox, S. A. Kisare, S. N. Patek Journal of Experimental Biology 2018 221: jeb176099 doi: 10.1242/jeb.176099 Published 14 June 2018ABSTRACT
Jun 11 2018 | Posted In: In the News
Something is drawing this marine predator to a particular gathering spot in the Pacific. by Melinda Sacks For decades, biologists thought white sharks were mostly solitary. But researchers now know that they amass at a remote ocean hot spot every spring. The question is: Why?