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Study at Moss Landing, Dive the World!

by Diane Wyse, Physical Oceanography Lab In classic big oceans/small world style, we catch up with former MLML student and Dive Safety Officer John Heine for an alumni career interview.  We connected with him from all the way across the … Continue reading

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Can I become a marine scientist even if I get seasick?

by Amanda Kahn, Invertebrate Zoology and Molecular Ecology Lab I went out to sea yesterday and it was INCREDIBLE!  We saw animals we’d never seen before, explored an underwater canyon that is deeper than the Grand Canyon, and spent a … Continue reading

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Gloomy forecast for Atlantic cod, MLML alum writes

Since graduating from MLML last spring, former ichthyology student Cassandra Brooks has gone on to explore science through the written word at the UC Santa Cruz Science Communication Program.  In addition to writing many feature stories for the Santa Cruz … Continue reading

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How to Feed Sharks – and Get Paid!

Juan Manuel (Manny) Ezcurra has a job many would give their right pectoral fin for – he works with elasmobranchs (read: sharks!) at the Monterey Bay Aquarium! How did his master’s at Moss Landing Marine Labs prepare him for this … Continue reading

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No Way Out – the Infinite Hypothesis Loop

by Erin Loury, Ichthyology Lab It’s not unusual to feel “locked-in” at times during graduate school (as in, “What is this path I’ve committed myself to  and where does it end?!”).  But, according to the dry wit of one British … Continue reading

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