Press Coverage

MLML PRESS COVERAGE

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Kathleen Donahue, Assistant to the Director
kdonahue@mlml.calstate.edu or phone (831) 771-4405

Recent Press Coverage

  • Listen Up! Our grad students are doing some awesome outreach

    Listen Up! Our grad students are doing some awesome outreach

    Brijonnay Madrigal is a student in the Vertebrate Ecology Lab who studies bioacoustics of Risso's Dolphins in the Monterey Bay.  To share her love and knowledge of the incredible sounds of marine mammals, Brijonnay has developed an outreach program in the Monterey Bay area. "Listen Up!" is an interactive program …
  • MLML Aquaculture Researchers featured in Santa Cruz Sentinel

    MLML Aquaculture Researchers featured in Santa Cruz Sentinel

    An article in the Santa Cruz Sentinel discusses how aquaculture has the potential to save the shellfish industry from issues related to ocean acidification. To learn how our MLML researchers Luke Gardner, Mike Graham, and Ross Clark are making a difference in the aquaculture industry, read the article here.
  • Alison Stimpert gives insight on government shutdown

    Alison Stimpert gives insight on government shutdown

    January 11, 2019 MLML's Dr. Alison Stimpert talks about how the government shut down is affecting scientists in this NPR article. Excerpt: “Alison Stimpert, a marine biologist with California State University, writes, "Even though I am continuing to work, many of my collaborators (USGS, NOAA) are furloughed and projects we …
  • Sea Otter Savvy joins MLML as a research affiliate

    Sea Otter Savvy joins MLML as a research affiliate

    We are proud to announce that Sea Otter Savvy is now officially a research affiliate of Moss Landing Marine Labs. The Sea Otter Savvy program strives to foster responsible behavior by users of the marine environment while they are viewing and recreating near sea otters. Sea Otter Savvy believes that …
  • MLML Students Win National Geographic Competition

    MLML Students Win National Geographic Competition

    Blogging their way to an ROV Moss Landing Marine Lab's very own Miya Pavlock-McAuliffe and Marcel Peliks entered a contest with National Geographic's Open Explorers S.E.E Initiative and they won a remotely operated vehicle from Open ROV (here are the specs). Over the past few months they've been blogging about their …
  • MLML’s Dr. Geller and Dr. Starr featured in CNN story of a fish who traveled 5,000 miles

    MLML’s Dr. Geller and Dr. Starr featured in CNN story of a fish who traveled 5,000 miles

    MLML Faculty Dr. John Geller and Dr. Rick Starr featured in this CNN article about a fish sighted in Monterey Bay that is native to Japan, Korea, and China: Scientists think this exotic fish hitchhiked from Japan to California in tsunami debris
  • MLML Research Faculty named Subject Editor of Harmful Algae

    MLML Research Faculty named Subject Editor of Harmful Algae

    Dr. Holly Bowers, a Research Faculty member at MLML, is now one of the Subject Editors for the scientific journal Harmful Algae. Holly is currently working on harmful algal blooms in coastal California in collaboration with Jason Smith at MLML, collaborators at MBARI and UCSC, and elsewhere. Holly is excited to join …
  • MLML’s Holly Bowers is Using Exciting New Technology

    MLML’s Holly Bowers is Using Exciting New Technology

    GenomeWeb recently published an article about Ubiquitome's newest portable qPCR platform.  Ubiquitome is commercializing a 16-well real-time PCR instrument that is aimed at personalizing the method and making it more accessible to researchers. Their new Liberty16 instrument is designed to be easily used in the field. MLML Research Faculty Holly …
  • MLML Storm Tracker

    MLML Storm Tracker

    The MLML Storm Tracker page provides real-time hourly rainfall totals (inches) and wind speed (mph). Also, be sure to check out our MLML real-time weather page for current and recent data from our weather station located down at the shorelab.
  • MLML Researchers discover a new shark species!

    MLML Researchers discover a new shark species!

    MLML Research Faculty Dr. Dave Ebert with his students in the Pacific Shark Research Center discover a new shark species.  Read more in this Forbes article: Lighting The Way For A New Lanternshark Species