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Here is a nice popular article that was recently published: Boom and Busted: In trying to untangle a mysterious herring collapse from the aftermath of the Exxon Valdez oil spill, scientists in Prince William Sound are revealing just how resilient—and … Continue reading
Elias will be examining population genomic change through time in Alaskan populations of Pacific herring (among other things). Welcome Elias!
Reid Brennan is now Dr. Reid Brennan. He has already moved on from Davis and will soon be starting his postdoc at the University of Vermont in Melissa Pespeni’s lab. Congratulations Reid! The first two chapters of his thesis work … Continue reading
Ph.D. student Tony Gill was just awarded a research grant from the Bet Haverim Seventh Grade class. Their class is learning about philanthropy, and they decided to pool part of their mitzvah gifts to fund a research project (what a … Continue reading
Our ocean acidification work on red abalone at BML featured on NBC news. Nice job Sara and Dan!
Congratulations to Lisa Cohen! – she won a presentation award for “Reassembling 600+ marine transcriptomes: automated pipeline development and evaluation” at yesterday’s MCIP colloquium. Nice job Lisa!!!
Our review article on evolutionary rescue from pollution, with examples from the killifish system: Whitehead, A., B.W. Clark, M.E. Hahn, and D. Nacci (in press). When evolution is the solution to pollution: Key principles, and lessons from rapid repeated adaptation … Continue reading