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RECENT NEWS

November 16, 2018 – The work I did on invertebrate metacommunities in seagrass meadows as a Masters student has just been published in Ecosphere! Find the open access article here.

November 8, 2018 – I’m in Tacoma, Washington this weekend for the Western Society of Naturalists Conference. I’ll be representing AAUS at a table in the Rotunda, so come by and say ‘hi’!

October 11, 2018 – This week I’m in Lake Tahoe for the American Academy of Underwater Sciences Annual Symposium. About 140 participants from all around the world are gathering to share their scientific diving knowledge and expertise!

September 17, 2018 – Today is my first unofficial day in the CTEL Lab! I’m looking forward to exploring kelp forest ecology of the Oregon Coast for the next several years.

July 22, 2018 – Tomorrow I leave for the Canadian High Arctic Research Station (CHARS) to participate in the joint Polar Knowledge, OceanWise, and MarineGEO #MarineGEOArctic 2018 campaign! We will conduct biodiversity collections, Reef Life Survey SCUBA surveys, and deploy Autonomous Reef Monitoring Structures (ARMS) for later collection. Follow updates from my Twitter account.

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OPEN-SOURCE PAPER AND STORY OF THE MONTH

Every month I’ll post an exciting open-source paper related to marine ecology. I’ll also post a work of speculative fiction to keep the creative juices flowing….

And the paper and story for January 2019 are:

Long-term interannual cycles of the gametogenic ecology of the Antarctic brittle star Ophionotus victoriae by Grange et al.
Do brittle stars in the Antarctic produce consistent quantities of eggs and sperm from year to year? Looks like they might not.

The Anchorite Wakes by R.S.A. Garcia 
A mysterious inhabitant of the church has thoughts for the first time. Will she complete the task she’s been woken to accomplish?

See previous papers and stories of the month