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Learning About the Central Coast Through Geological Oceanography

By Catherine Drake, Invertebrate Zoology Lab Other than a few awesome, albeit too short, trips to the Monterey Bay Aquarium, I hadn’t spent much time in the Central Coast.  So when I moved up here for graduate school at MLML, … Continue reading

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The Great Glauchonite Hunt

by Jeremiah Brower, Geological Oceanography Lab Over the last couple of years I’ve learned that certain grants have been difficult to get because some people don’t consider Marine Geologists (or Geologic Oceanographers…the terms are interchangeable, one just seems to roll … Continue reading

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Against the Grain

by Jeremiah Brower, Geological Oceanography Lab One of the reasons I love being a Geological Oceanographer is that you can walk along the beaches of Santa Cruz and travel through thousands of years of history in a few short miles. … Continue reading

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