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Bivalve questions make me happy as a clam!

by Amanda Kahn, Invertebrate Zoology and Molecular Ecology Lab In our Ask a Grad Student page, Leeanna asked a bunch of really good questions, and all revolve around bivalves.  Now, maybe you think you don’t know bivalves well enough to … Continue reading

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Do sponges have the nerve to eat?

by Amanda Kahn, Invertebrate Zoology and Molecular Ecology Lab Hi again.  I received a few questions in my previous post that I would like to address in this post.  A user named doughnutfan asked three great questions about sponges. Q: … Continue reading

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Birds of the Bering Sea: A Long Journey to an Arctic “Hotspot”

by Nathan Jones May 25, 2008. Moss Landing, California – The Bering Sea is a long way from Moss Landing, California. It’s a long way from most anywhere, actually. To begin my summer of field work, I must first fly … Continue reading

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