Marine Biology Archive

Douglas Fudge, Chapman University – Hagfish

Dealing with predators is a fact of life for most species. Douglas Fudge, associate professor of

Rika Anderson, Carleton College – Hydrothermal Vents

On Carleton College Week: How does life survive in the deepest parts of the ocean? Rika

Molly Cummings, University of Texas at Austin – Fish Skin Provides Invisibility in Open Ocean

How do you hide from predators in the open ocean? Molly Cummings, associate professor of biological

Andrew David, Clarkson University – No Longer an Ocean Away

The oceans are changing with the climate and human intervention. Andrew David, assistant professor of biology

Emily Lescak, University of Alaska Anchorage – Evolutionary Timescales

How long does it take for a species to evolve? Emily Lescak, postdoctoral fellow at the

Gregory Cunningham, St. John Fisher College – Penguin’s Sense of Smell

Birds don’t have a sense of smell. Gregory Cunningham, associate professor of biology at St. John

Joseph Pawlik, UNCW – Killer Sponges

Sometimes living things don’t share a perfect symbiotic relationship. Joseph Pawlik, a professor at The University

Cliff Ross, University of North Florida – Coral Reef Ecology

Today on The Academic Minute, the interconnectedness of nature is on full display. A marine biologist

Kimberly Hughes, FSU – Outstanding Guppies

Sometimes it pays to be different, especially if you’re a guppy looking to mate. Kimberly Hughes,

Holly Bik, UC Davis – Diversity of Microbial Life

When you think “big-data,” you may not immediately think of the genetic contents of the deep