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Plankton Soup

by Erin Loury, Ichthyology Lab The swell was up and the rain in and out on Tuesday, but our ichthyology class braved it all for our class cruise in Monterey Bay.  The Point Sur, MLML’s largest research  vessel, was loaded … Continue reading

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Birds of the Bering Sea: Shipping out of Dutch Harbor

by Nathan Jones, Vertebrate Ecology Lab June 2, 2008.  Dutch Harbor, Alaska and the R/V Oscar Dyson – We arrived in Dutch Harbor very late, indeed.  I think it was after 1 am when I finally unlocked the door to … 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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