Pelagic tunicates floating in the ocean
Recent evidence shows mucous-mesh feeding can be a selective process.
picture of flood warning sign at the beach with waves crashing into a building
This paper examines process of developing an alternative future coastal policy and climate scenarios process in Tillamook, Oregon.
Pelagic tunicates floating in the ocean
Article published in The Conversation explains new discoveries on the unusual feeding strategies of mucous-mesh grazers
sea squirt
Research results suggest that ascidian (sea squirt) filtration acts as a hybrid-flow filtration system rather than a classical direct sieve.
Image of app on a phone used to track marine mammal sitings by volunteers
This study investigates the use of a mobile application, Whale mAPP, as a citizen science tool for collecting marine mammal sighting data.
hand holding hundreds of small Pacific oyster larvae
Researchers developed a new metric, the Ocean Acidification Stress Index for Shellfish (OASIS), for understanding Pacific oyster larval responses to variable regimes of seawater carbonate chemistry.