Where do you find the most Narwhals on the Earth. Why Narwhals? Well it could be any species. Anglerfish, carnivorous sponge, giraffe, or even…View More Where Do the Most Narwhals Live?
This year marked the 100th Anniversary of the Western Society of Naturalist (WSN) meeting. An organization developed in 1910, WSN is the second oldest natural…View More Last Name: Eva, First Name: Greatest
When one of my favorite papers of all time gets made into a School House Rock-esque production….magic happens. I was smiling the whole time like the…View More Life of Every Color & Kind
Was just sent these great informative short videos about research being done to understand how climate change affects coastal communities. Coastal organisms live in areas…View More California Coastal Climate Change Research
Katleen Robert is a deep sea ecologist and graduate student at University of Victoria who was interviewed for NEPTUNE Canada. Listen to her reasons for…View More Becoming an Ocean Scientist
I reckon one of the best parts of planning any trip is the book time you spend brushing up on your destination. I loved Diego…View More Twofer book review from the Amazon (the river, not the website)
You might have noticed that my posting frequency is down recently. Why? 1. Kevin Z convinced me to start Tweeting. There seems to be an…View More What’s New With the Dr. M and the Oceans?
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
Enter the sieve. It is a marine biologists best friend, saving hours of sorting and enabling quantification of fauna. In fact you can get these…View More (Sieve) Size Matters
This is a tale of cause and effect in the deep sea woven by threads of hypotheses held together by the loom of targeted sampling…View More Deep Sea Corals and Methane Seeps