Month: February 2017
Dr. Amy Wagner presents: Corals as a proxy for ocean and climate variability
Amy Wagner, Sac State
Moss Landing Marine Labs Seminar series - February 16, 2017
Two students from MLML appointed to state fellowship positions with California Sea Grant, congratulations!
Congratulations to recent MLML graduate, Liz Gagneron, of the Biological Oceanography lab and current student, Heather Kramp, of the Ichthyology lab for their new state fellowship positions with California Sea Grant.
Read more about the Seagrant fellowships here: https://caseagrant.ucsd.edu/news/class-of-2017-state-fellows-announced
Dr. Alison Stimpert presents: Combining acoustics and technology to advance conservation of marine mammals in California
Alison Stimpert, MLML
Moss Landing Marine Labs Seminar series - February 9, 2017
MLML student Kristin Walovich discovers new species of ghost shark!
Kristin Walovich, graduate student in the Pacific Shark Research Center here at Moss Landing Marine Laboratories, is featured in a Live Science article with her discovery of the second largest species of ghost shark: Hydrolagus erithacus.
Read the full article here: Smile! New Bucktoothed Ghost Shark Species Discovered
Read Walovich's paper, published in Zootaxa, here: Hydrolagus erithacus sp. nov. (Chimaerifirmes: Chimaeridae), a new species of chimaerid from the southeastern Atlantic and southwestern Indian Ocean