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Jul 28 2017 | Posted In: In the News
By Tim Stephens John Pearse, a professor emeritus of ecology and evolutionary biology at UC Santa Cruz, and his wife, Vicki, a research associate at UCSC's Institute of Marine Sciences, are among the world's leading experts on marine invertebrates, including the group known as echinoderms which...
Jul 25 2017 | Posted In: Publications
Elan J.Portner, Jeffrey J.Polovina, C. AnelaChoy Highlights • Lancetfish consume a high diversity of poorly known micronekton prey. • Diet varies in a predictable way across the North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. • Unique prey and cannibalism may help...
Jul 25 2017 | Posted In: Publications
Vadim Pavlov, Benyamin Rosental, Nathaniel F. Hansen, Jody M. Beers, George Parish, Ian Rowbotham, Barbara A. Block
Jul 21 2017 | Posted In: In the News
By Taylor Kubota The unique system of hydraulic control of fins discovered in tuna indicates a new role for the lymphatic system in vertebrates. This natural mechanism may inspire designs for new "smart" control surfaces with changeable shape and stiffness for both air and underwater unmanned...
Jul 20 2017 | Posted In: In the News
The Palumbi Lab at Stanford's Hopkins Marine Station is looking for a postdoctoral researcher to help operate field and lab programs in coral environmental genomics. The context of the work is using field surveys and manipulations along with genomic tools to advance ability to better manage coral...
Jul 20 2017 | Posted In: In the News
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Jul 14 2017 | Posted In: In the News
By Rob Jordan The “land of a thousand hills” today has one of the continent’s strongest economies and healthiest populations. This success story is borne out by a newly developed method for modeling rural poverty that could inform interventions to improve economies, health and ecosystems.