Tag Archives: Ichthyology Lab

The case of the sea lion: stranding events linked to domoic acid outbreaks

By Sophie Bernstein, MLML Ichthyology Lab When I moved to the Monterey Bay area for graduate school, I found myself most excited to be immersed in a new ecosystem. I couldn’t wait to learn about what the Monterey Bay was … Continue reading

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Science is creative, creativity is science

By Hannah Bruzzio, MLML Ichthyology Lab Growing up we often feel like we have to put ourselves in boxes. Being asked, “What’s your favorite subject?” and not being expected to have more than one. I liked science, knew I would … Continue reading

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A glimpse into the shifting community structure of a Southern California kelp forest and the benefits of long-term monitoring

By Lauren Parker, MLML Ichthyology Lab I can’t tell you how much I miss spending the majority of my day underwater. It’s difficult to communicate the feeling it gives you; the feeling that you have somehow been given the opportunity … Continue reading

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Go Fish? Fisheries management in the face of climate change

By Katie Neylan, MLML Ichthyology Lab As a graduate student in the Moss Landing Marine Labs (MLML) Ichthyology Lab, I spend a lot of time thinking about fish. Over the years, I have become aware of the importance of effective … Continue reading

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Orca Sighting!

by Erin Loury, Ichthyology Lab Regular 4 a.m. wakeup calls are brutal even for the coolest fishing survey.  Once the boat is steaming towards our destination, very few things can come between me and my precious snooze time.  But this … Continue reading

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