Center for Ocean Solutions affiliated researcher Steve Palumbi discusses his collaboration with a Stanford graduate student and the development of new technology for mapping coral reefs.
Center for Ocean Solutions afilliated researchers Steve Palumbi at Hopkins Marine Station and Jim Barry at MBARI discuss their research regarding ocean acidification.
Center for Ocean Solutions affiliated researcher Barbara Block's research team deployed a buoy near an elephant seal colony on California's central coast to track tagged great white sharks.
Center for Ocean Solutions affiliated researcher Steve Palumbi discusses new technology developed by a Stanford graduate student, and how it's helping map coral reefs.
Meg Caldwell, executive director at the Center for Ocean Solutions, weighs in on a climate adaptation survey conducted by the Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment earlier this year.
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Center for Ocean Solutions affiliated researcher Steve Palumbi collaborates with Stanford graduate student Ved Chirayath to map coral beds in America Samoa using new technology developed by Chirayath.
Center for Ocean Solutions affiliated researcher Stephen Palumbi calls for action on ocean acidification to avoid "train wreck".
Sunset Magazine interviews Meg Caldwell, the Center's executive director, and Steve Palumbi, affiliated researcher, about the ecological importance of the Monterey Bay region.
Although the number of Hawaiian green sea turtles has increased since 1978 when the species was listed under the US Endangered Species Act, the population may still be only a fraction of historic levels, the research shows.
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