Press Coverage

MLML PRESS COVERAGE

For press or media inquiries please contact
Kathleen Donahue, Assistant to the Director
kdonahue@mlml.calstate.edu or phone (831) 771-4405

Recent Press Coverage

  • Dr. Ivano Aiello published a new paper in Nature’s Scientific Reports

    Dr. Ivano Aiello published a new paper in Nature’s Scientific Reports

    MLML/SJSU's geological oceanographer, Dr. Ivano Aiello and his colleagues recently published their study, "Characteristics and Evolution of sill-driven off-axis hydrothermalism in Guaymas Basin–the Ringvent site" in Nature's Scientific reports. To help science better understand the complex evolution of hydrothermal systems, the research team studied a young marginal seafloor spreading system, …
  • Dr. Luke Gardner and urchin project students interviewed on NPR

    Dr. Luke Gardner and urchin project students interviewed on NPR

    In an interview for NPR's All Things Considered, CA Sea Grant Aquaculture Specialist, Dr. Luke Gardner, explains how his experiments growing purple sea urchins are really a larger effort to protect kelp forests. Also mentioned in the article are MLML/SJSU graduate students' Shelby Penn, Daniel Gossard, and Katie Neylan. To see …
  • CCFRP featured in SLO Tribune

    CCFRP featured in SLO Tribune

    The Tribune just published an article about CCFRP and the Cal Poly team of volunteer anglers, CPFV partners, and science crew! The article highlights the origins and importance of the program ran by our Fisheries & Conservation Biology lab. The article also explains what a day on the water looks …
  • CCWG featured in SF Chronicle

    CCWG featured in SF Chronicle

    The Central Coast Wetlands Group recently published an article in the journal PLOS ONE The research team generated new maps of current and historical tidal wetlands for the coasts of Washington, Oregon, and California. Their techniques represent a major step forward in mapping accuracy. They were also able to develop …
  • Our stranding network searches for answers in recent spike of deceased marine mammals

    Our stranding network searches for answers in recent spike of deceased marine mammals

    Lauren Cooley and Sharon Hsu are both students in the Vertebrate Ecology Lab. They are also volunteers with our Stranding Network, a network of people who collect data on deceased marine mammals. Students who volunteer with the stranding network have been very busy this year with a high rate of …
  • MLML and SJSU Seeking Biological Oceanographer

    MLML and SJSU Seeking Biological Oceanographer

    Moss Landing Marine Laboratories (MLML) and San José State University (SJSU) are seeking a field- and process-oriented biological oceanographer to complement an interdisciplinary group of marine scientists. The ideal candidate will conduct research at sea, possess expertise in molecular techniques, bioinformatics, or big data, and conduct research in one or …
  • MLML Welcomes Dr. Geoff Wheat

    MLML Welcomes Dr. Geoff Wheat

    MLML welcomes Dr. Geoff Wheat from the University of Alaska!  He brings with him Claudia Paul and Trevor Fournier. Geoff uses tracers to understand processes that influence the cycle of elements in the oceans.  Much of his work focuses on the transport of fluids through the oceanic crust in a …
  • MLML Alum Mark Slattery Featured in SJSU Washington Square Magazine

    MLML Alum Mark Slattery Featured in SJSU Washington Square Magazine

    Mark Slattery graduated from the Invertebrate Zoology lab in 1987 and has gone on to do some amazing things. He is now a professor of pharmacognosy and environmental toxicology at the University of Mississippi and studies how the chemical makeup of  marine life could  be applied for drug discovery. The …
  • How urchin ranching can help kelp

    How urchin ranching can help kelp

    Students in the Spring Aquaculture class at Moss Landing Marine Labs worked together to test whether sea urchins removed from barrens could be used for food. The class was led by California Sea Grant Extension Specialist Luke Gardner and the diet-experiment lasted 10 weeks. The class built the culture system …
  • Dr. Luke Gardner gives insight on how seaweed aquaculture can change our oceans

    Dr. Luke Gardner gives insight on how seaweed aquaculture can change our oceans

    "Native seaweed has the potential to be cultivated in California coastal waters and used to alleviate the effects of local ocean acidification, according to a new study funded by California Sea Grant. Besides providing a local and sustainable source of food, researchers and aquaculture producers are exploring how seaweed production …