The year is 1967. A paper is published that causes pandemonium in the scientific community. The discovery causes a fundamental shift in thinking divergent from…View More How is the deep sea so diverse? The struggle is real for late 1900s ecologists
I was lucky enough to attend an all-day workshop today, just down the road at Georgia Tech, where Prof. Mark Hay organised the Teasley Symposium…View More Turf wars
Almost sixteen years ago, I was at phase one of Operation Convince A Tall Blond To Get With Me. For brevity, I will refer to…View More If I Was A Hagfish Could I Get With Tall Blonds?
All sperm are not the same. Among fruit flies the longer the reproductive tract of the female the longer the sperm. In tiny crustaceans called…View More There Is More Than One Way To Impregnate A Squid
There is much buzz these days about marine protected areas (MPAs) and no-take zones. We are approaching the age of assessment. There has been enough…View More Penguins Immediately Benefit From MPA
I am very excited today! My new paper in the journal Ecology will be coming out in April on the regulation of biodiversity in the…View More When the dinner bell rings for seafloor scavengers, larger animals get first dibs
The Marine Advanced Technology Education (MATE) Center’s International Student ROV Competition just occurred in Buzzard’s Bay, Mass. This is the competition for those who already…View More MATE Center’s International Student ROV Competition
Post by Matt Hoch. Dr. J. Matt Hoch is newly minted PhD from SUNY Stony Brook who is interested in the reproductive ecology and life…View More On the study of crustaceous genitalia