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Author Archives: mlmlfrontdesk
By Michelle Marraffini Invasive species Marinas can be their home Natives hold the key
By James Knuckey Skates off our coast Genetic Material What is going on?
By Ryan Carle Night bird in the fog Diving in inky blackness Will her chick survive
By Emily Golson sea otter movement can be predicted using random walk models
By Angela Szesciorka Tracking humpback whales In South East Madagascar To see where they go
By Andrea Launer Slough murky water Stripes make sharks swim faster Where are they going?
By Marilyn Cruickshank Rhino birds fly home Genes map bird group histories Separate species?