Welcome to Moss Landing Marine Laboratories
Moss Landing Marine Laboratories (MLML) is dedicated to the pursuit of excellence in both education and research.
One of the Marine Optical Buoys (MOBY) in Hawaii is being retrofitted for its next deployment. MOBY is a NOAA funded project to provide vicarious calibration of ocean color satellites (SeaWiFS and MODIS). Moss Landing Marine Laboratories has the primary responsibility for maintaining, calibrating the buoy and data production of the system. Photo by James Harvey
- 5/3/14 - 5/4/14 - MLML's Annual Open House, 9am - 5pm
- 3/31/14 - Cesar Chavez Day - Campus Closed
- 3/24/14 through 3/28/14 - Spring Recess
- 1/23/14 - First Day of Instruction
- 1/20/14 - Lab closed for Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
- 12/25/13 through 1/1/13 - Lab closed for winter break
- 12/11/13 - Friends of MLML Community Lecture at 7pm "Christmas Trees in the Deepsea"
- Recent Biological Oceanography graduate, Karen Parker selected as one of the outstanding theses and received highest ranking in the 2013-2014 academic year competition
- Moss Landing Marine Laboratories Students Awarded 2014 California Sea Grant State Fellowships
- National Shellfisheries Association names Catherine Drake grant awardee
- Dr. Mike Graham and the Phycology lab at MLML involved in Kelp Watch 2014
- Dr. Erika McPhee-Shaw hired as director of Western Washington University’s Shannon Point Marine Center
- Visiting Scientist position for Academic Year 2015-16: now taking applications
- R/V Point Sur featured in report from SJSU Foundation
- 5/8/14 - at 4pm - Dr. Melinda Connors presents, "Behavioral and Dietary Responses to Competition in Two Sympatric Hawaiian Albatrosses"
- 5/1/14 - at 4pm - Dr. James Wiener presents, "Mercury in lacustrine food webs in the western Great Lakes region: bioaccumulation, ecological risk, trends, and policy implications"
- 4/24/14 - at 4pm - Dr. Valerie Loeb presents, "ENSO in Antarctica: ecological manifestations of ENSO variability off the Antarctic Peninsula on interannual to decadal time scales"
- 4/17/14 - at 4pm - Dr. Julio Harvey presents, "Adaptive sampling of marine plankton and contextual environmental data with an autonomous underwater vehicle"