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Oct 7 2016 | Posted In: Original Articles
By Pauk Leary    Awards: Giese, Myers
Oct 7 2016 | Posted In: Original Articles
By Juhyung Lee    Award: Myers Seagrasses form one of the most productive coastal habitats that provide high-value ecosystem services, and yet are faced with global decline due to increasing anthropogenic stressors. I am currently asking how these threatened ecosystems may respond to future ocean...
Oct 7 2016
By Diana Li Humboldt squid swimming
Oct 7 2016 | Posted In: Original Articles
By Natalie Low      Awards: Myers
Oct 7 2016 | Posted In: Original Articles
By Crystal Ng Kelp forests are some of the most diverse and productive ecosystems on the planet, providing several natural resources that are economically important. Within the California Current, a large marine current that spans the west coast of North America, giant kelp (Macrocystis pyrifera)...
Oct 7 2016 | Posted In: Original Articles
By Noah Rose      Awards: Myers The Earth is changing, and rapidly. Climate change and ocean acidification caused by fossil fuel emissions, habitat destruction, intensive agriculture, and urban development are fundamentally restructuring the environment around us. My research focuses on...
Oct 7 2016 | Posted In: Original Articles
By Hannah Rosen      To most people, squid are simply viewed as the makings of a tasty calamari or fabled ship eating sea monsters. However, to anyone who has ever looked at a real, live squid it is easy to see there is much more to this bizarre creature, not the least of which is its ability to...
Oct 7 2016 | Posted In: Research Spotlight
By Maggie Millner Micheli Lab Website Coastal California, northwestern Mexico, the central Pacific, and southwestern Italy have more in common than their beaches. In fact, these oceanic regions are all the sites of ongoing field studies by the Micheli Lab of Stanford’s Hopkins Marine Station. From...

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