Remember all the details about the periodic table from high school chemistry? Yeah, me neither. Don’t worry – we will get through this together. Let’s…View More You are what you eat! Using bad boy carbons to understand food webs
You may not realize it but the video below is the video you never knew you needed. But yeah you need it. The video is…View More The Video of Giant Isopods Eating an Alligator in the Deep Sea You Must Watch!
This story starts with my research team currently deploying alligators* (3 total, 2 – 2.5 meters in length) at three different sites 2000 meters deep…View More Alligators in the Abyss
Nearly two miles below the ocean’s surface, we are building new worlds. You might be surprised that these ecospheres are wooden—little log cabins hosting a…View More Wooden Homes on the Seafloor Yield Insights Into the Impacts of Climate Change
via GIPHY The Notorious B.I.G., Mase, and Puff Daddy understand. Increase one variable in a system and another variable rises en suite. For the B.I.G.…View More More Food, More Species
When I crowd funded part of my wood fall research, Immy Smith reached out to me about painting some of the life that occurs on these…View More Beautiful Wood Fall Art from Immy Smith
To grow larger, maintain themselves, and produce offspring, organisms require a ready source of building blocks such as carbon. In short, life requires energy. Keep…View More Wood falls are an oasis in a food desert
I’ve gotten a little crazy about wood falls lately. My newest research project with Jim Barry at MBARI is definitely coolest research I have ever…View More Wood Falls, Chemicals, & Dubstep
I wooden dream of having a post full of wood puns. On the other hand my alder ego often gets the best of me and…View More Will My Wood Research Be Poplar?
A deep-sea crab walks into a pub and asked, “Where’s the bar tender?” Few deep-sea organisms rely on food originally from land. Most deep-sea dwellers rely…View More Wood, It’s What’s For Dinner