Welcome to Moss Landing Marine Laboratories
Moss Landing Marine Laboratories (MLML) serves a consortium of northern and central California State University campuses and is dedicated to excellence in both education and research in marine science.
MLML graduate student, Paul Clerkin, together with his MLML adviser Dave Ebert (not pictured), ran a workshop in June 2014 in the Republic of Mauritius, on the identification of Deep-sea Sharks for the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), United Nations. The purpose is to improve the identification of deep-sea sharks for better fisheries management of deep-sea resources. All collected sharks used in this workshop were bycatch.
Photo by Dave Ebert
- 7/4/14 - Independence Day - Lab closed
- 5/26/14 - Memorial Day - Lab Closed
- 05/21/14 - Friends of MLML Community Lecture at 7pm "Seastar Wasting Patterns and Effects Along the West Coast of North America"
- 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
- MLML Professor Emeritus Cailliet co-authors paper on California white shark abundance
- Full-time, tenure-track Physical Oceanographer position: now taking applications
- Visiting Scientist position for Academic Year 2016-17: now taking applications
- Information on the 2014 MLML handmade banjo raffle for student scholarships
- Chief Scientist training opportunity on the R/V Point Sur in 2014, deadline is June 20th
- 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
- 6/25/14 - 4pm - Jasmine Ruvalcaba defends her thesis entitled "Effects of depth, site, and season on phenotypic variation of the geniculate coralline, Calliarthron tuberculosum around the Monterey Peninsula, CA"
- 5/20/14 - 4pm - Jahnava Duryea defends her thesis entitled "Evaluating Methods to Anesthetize Gopher Rockfish for Immediate-release in the Field: Induction, Recovery, and Cortisol Stress Response to Surgical Anesthesia"
- 5/20/14 - 12pm - Katherine Schmidt defends her thesis entitled "Life history changes to female Blue Rockfish, Sebastes mystinus, before and after overfishing, in central CA"
- 5/9/14 - 3pm - Christina Volpi defends her thesis entitled "An investigation of coastal groundwater discharge and associated nutrient inputs using electrical resistivity, temperature, and geochemical tracers in Pescadero lagoon, California."