Tag Archives: Ichthyology

New Semester, New Wave!

The new Wave from Friends of Moss Landing Marine Labs is here!  Inside are stories on the Drop-In Blog, PSRC’s Spot a Basking Shark Project, and the new Ichthyology faculty Dr. Scott Hamilton.  To download a copy, click the front-page image … Continue reading

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The Pelvic Fin Ray is Connected to the What Now?

With another successful Open House behind us (thank you to all of you who joined us!), MLML students will be hitting the books for the next few weeks leading up to final exams and lab practicals.   These ichthyology students are … Continue reading

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Staying Seine in Moss Landing

When it comes to doing ichthyology field work, loading up on nets is only the first step – then you have to actually use them to catch fish!  To study the sandy-bottom fishes in Elkhorn Slough, the MLML ichthyology class … Continue reading

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