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Haiku of the Week: Invasives

April 9, 2012

By Michelle Marraffini

Invasive species

Marinas can be their home
Natives hold the key

Haiku of the Week: Molecular Confusion

April 2, 2012

By James Knuckey

Skates off our coast
Genetic Material
What is going on?

Haiku of the Week: Rhinoceros Aucklets

March 26, 2012

By Ryan Carle

Night bird in the fog

Diving in inky blackness

Will her chick survive


Haiku of the Week: Sea Otters

March 19, 2012
By Emily Golson
sea otter movement
can be predicted using
random walk models

Photo by Nicole LaRoche

Haiku of the Week: Humpback Whales

March 12, 2012

By Angela Szesciorka

Tracking humpback whales

In South East Madagascar

To see where they go

NMFS Permit #: 15271

Haiku of the Week: Tagging Leopards

March 5, 2012
By Andrea Launer
Slough murky water
Stripes make sharks swim faster
Where are they going?

Haiku of the Week: Rhinoceros Auklet Genetic Structure in the Pacific

February 27, 2012

By Marilyn Cruickshank

Rhino birds fly home
Genes map bird group histories
Separate species?

Haiku of the Week: Seaweed in a changing ocean

February 20, 2012

by Alexis Howard

Seasons changing kelp

Many competing stages

Pheromone driven

Lexi holding reproductive Nereocystis luetkeana (Photo by Arley Muth)


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