Atom-by-Atom Growth Chart for Shells Helps Decode Past Climate. Click here for further details. Photo Credit: Howie Spero
Climate Change May Benefit Native Oysters, but There’s a Catch... Click here for a link to the article. Photo Credit: Brian Cheng
On Ocean Plastic Instead of Turtle Shells, Crabs Abandon Monogamy... Click here for a link to the article. Photo Credit: Mike Gil
Robot Larvae Deployed at Sea... Click here for a link to the article. Photo Credit: Joe Proudman.
UC Berkeley, UC Davis, UCLA, Stanford Law School, and Resources Legacy Fund
invite you to join a discussion of the past, present, and future of California’s coast. Click here for details.
MPA Adaptive Management Postdocs with CMSI and California Department of Fish and Wildlife - 3 Open Positions... Read here for details. Photo Credit: Scott Toews.
#CMSInTheField: Share your fieldwork images! Read here for details...
The Hog Island Oyster Company has teamed up with the UC Davis Bodega Marine Lab to help gather data and assist them in their research into the acidification of the oceans.
Bodega Marine Laboratory
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