I spent a summer as an undergraduate in Port Fourchon, Louisiana conducting field work. Some of my fondest memories surround that summer I spent in…View More The Gulf Of Mexico Oil Spill: A Timeline
Each week Dave Munger, Razib Khan and I discuss a recent paper from ResearchBlogging.org. This week was my turn to choose and we discussed the…View More ResearchBlogCast #4: Decreasing Predator Size Increases Prey Numbers
KAZ – A new occasional series modeled from Ed Yong’s Pocket Science where I will briefly report a few cool studies and tell you why…View More The Tide Pool: New Jelly, Misplaced 6-Gill, Old Ostracods
Serioulsy though, I cannot get enough of the Neptune Canada youtube channel. You won’t find this stuff on Animal Planet kids. Loving it! Whats your…View More And the Rattail Was All Like ‘Dude! Just Trying to Get a Drink Here’
Hat tip to Michael Barton, FCD.View More TGIF: Desert Island
Peter Etnoyer is a deep sea coral habitat specialist with NOAA’s National Center for Coastal Ocean Science (NCCOS) in Charleston, SC. He returns to Deep…View More Guest Post: The Largest Habitats on Earth
Now as a podcast in iTunes ( search “ResearchBlogcast” in the iTunes store)! This week we tackle a paper on the DASH diet and its…View More ResearchBlogCast #3
I’m heading off for the rest of the week to work at Dr. M’s old stomping grounds, MBARI. I’ll be staying at the Moss Landing…View More Heading to Monterey!
The NOAA Vents program of the Pacific Marine Environmental lab in Oregon has released some haunting sounds picked up by their underwater autonomous hydrophone array.…View More Mysterious Sounds from the Deep
Planning on attending the Deep-Sea Biology Symposium in Iceland this June? From the Symposium website There has been intensive interest for the 12th Deep-sea symposium.…View More The 12th Deep-Sea Biology Symposium…in Iceland?!