Tag Archives: fishing

That Fish Has a Nice Looking Mohawk

Ichthyology student Jahnava Duryea shows off a fine-looking specimen of cabezon (Scorpaenichthys marmoratus) during fish tagging surveys of Central California’s marine protected areas with the California Collaborative Fisheries Research Program.  Cabezon are the largest members of the sculpin family, dwarfing … Continue reading

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Living Deep and Hit Hard by Fishing: a video interview with Dr. Greg Cailliet

Video by Cassandra Brooks Moss Landing Marine Labs alumna Cassadra Brooks has taken her research on the Antarctic toothfish to a new level, hoping to effectively convey relevant science to the public and  fisheries managers.  Now a science communicator for … Continue reading

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Featured photo: Big Gulp – Eat that fish, tail and all

by Erin Loury, Ichthyology Lab There’s nothing like seeing the food-chain in action to make you appreciate how important eating is in an animal’s life – and why it’s so important to study (says the fish guts girl)!  For many … Continue reading

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Is this the “End of the Line” for fishing? Come watch and see for yourself

by Mariah Boyle, Ichthyology Lab Hi, this is Mariah, an ichythyology student here at MLML. I want to let you know that a local non-governmental organization (NGO) I work for, FishWise, is hosting a screening of The End of the … Continue reading

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