The Systems Science in Marine Biology group at Oregon State University received funding from Oregon Sea Grant to use the Anthopleura elegantissima sea anemone as a model for studying responses to climate change. Anthopleura elegantissima is a good model because it's commonly found in tidepools from Baja California to Alaska and it has a symbiotic relationship with algae. This OSG-funded video, which was filmed and edited by Oregon State University, explains the biology of sea anemones.

More information: http://ssimbio.science.oregonstate.edu/

Authors: 
Hacker et al
Short Description: 
Video explaining the biology of the sea anemone.
Product Number: 
ORESU-V-16-007
Entry Date: 
Tuesday, March 7, 2017
Price: 
NA
Length: 
4:35 minutes
Miscellaneous: 
Additional contributors include Eli Meyer, Dee Denver, Mark Novak, Justin Smith, Darryl Lai, Santiago Uceda, Oliver Day, Jack C Koch, and Ryan Zubieta.
Year of Publication: 
2016
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