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“The mission of MLML is to provision the marine scientists of the future.  This means that undergraduate and graduate students are provided with unparalleled access to faculty advisors and teachers, research facilities, and an incredible local marine environment.  Our primary goal is to provide students with the necessary skills and training to succeed in academia, governmental agencies, conservation, and management to serve societal needs involving marine issues.”

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Events and Presentations

  • Moss Landing Street Fair-July 28

    Moss Landing Street Fair-July 28

    Moss Landing Marine Labs looks forward to being a  part of the annual Moss Landing Street Fair in July!  This year the Street Fair will have an Education Center.  We …
  • Thesis Defense by Amanda Heidt-June 5th

    Thesis Defense by Amanda Heidt-June 5th

    Spatial characterization of meiofaunal community diversity along the California coast and potential abiotic drivers A Thesis Defense by Amanda Heidt Invertebrate Molecular Ecology Lab Wednesday, June 5th, 2019 at 4 …
  • Join us at the Cement Ship Centennial!

    Join us at the Cement Ship Centennial!

    Join MLML in celebrating the 100th birthday of the SS Palo Alto, aka to locals the “Cement Ship”, in Aptos!  We will have a table showing off cool specimens and …
  • Thesis Defense by Heather Barrett-May 24th

    Thesis Defense by Heather Barrett-May 24th

    The energetic cost of human disturbance on the southern sea otter (Enhydra lutris nereis) A Thesis Defense by Heather Barrett Vertebrate Ecology Lab Friday, May 24th, 2019 at 4 pm …
  • Thesis Defense by Jessica Jang-March 29th

    Thesis Defense by Jessica Jang-March 29th

    Reproductive strategies of the Big Skate (Beringraja binoculata, Girard 1855) with evidence of multiple paternity A Thesis Defense by Jessica J. Jang Pacific Shark Research Center Friday, March 29th, 2019 …
  • Thesis Defense by Stephen Pang-April 12th

    Thesis Defense by Stephen Pang-April 12th

    The effect of sex ratio on the reproductive biology of two sex changing fish (Lythrypnus dalli and Rhinogobiops nicholsii) A Thesis Defense by Stephen Pang The Ichthyology Lab Friday, April …
  • Thesis Defense by Melissa Nehmans-March 29th

    Thesis Defense by Melissa Nehmans-March 29th

    The Life History of Etompterus granulosis, the Southern Lantern Shark,  from the Southwestern Indian Ocean A Thesis Defense by Melissa Nehmens Pacific Shark Research Center Friday, March 29th, 2019 at …
  • MLML Students at Whalefest, Monterey

    MLML Students at Whalefest, Monterey

    We are WHALE-ly excited for this year's Whalefest Monterey. Come on by to meet some of our graduate students or check out our research vessel, the Sheila B. Event Date: …
  • Perspectives on an urban wetland: Berrys Creek, New Jersey- January 24th

    Perspectives on an urban wetland: Berrys Creek, New Jersey- January 24th

    Craig Jones, Integral Consulting Inc. Moss Landing Marine Labs Seminar Series - January 24th, 2019 Hosted by the Geological Oceanography Lab MLML Seminar Room, 4pm Open to the public Dr. …
  • How animal social behavior can shape ecosystems-February 7th

    How animal social behavior can shape ecosystems-February 7th

    Mike Gil, UC Santa Cruz Moss Landing Marine Labs Seminar Series -February 7th, 2019 Hosted by The Invertebrate Zoology Lab MLML Seminar Room, 4pm Open to the public Dr. Mike …

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