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

  • MLML Involved in Re-Shaping Aquaculture on the West Coast

    MLML Involved in Re-Shaping Aquaculture on the West Coast

    Thanks to support from California Sea Grant, MLML is part of the stakeholder team re-shaping West Coast Aquaculture.   You can read more in this article, which includes a quote from our CA Sea Grant Extension Specialist, Dr. Luke Gardner.
  • MLML Research Faculty Jason Smith co-author on paper in Science

    MLML Research Faculty Jason Smith co-author on paper in Science

    MLML's Jason Smith, Research Faculty in the Environmental Biotechnology Lab, and collaborators recently published a paper on their research of Pseudo-nitzschia and domoic acid biosynthesis in Science Magazine.  The article is titled Biosynthesis of the neurotoxin domoic acid in a bloom-forming diatom. You can read the paper here.
  • MLML Shark Expert Dave Ebert Featured on KION News

    MLML Shark Expert Dave Ebert Featured on KION News

    MLML's Dr. Dave Ebert of the Pacific Shark Research Center interviewed on KION yesterday to discuss the sharks being spotted in the Monterey Bay. Read/Watch the clip: Lots of sharks being spotted in the Monterey Bay  
  • MLML Chemical Oceanographers publish paper on mercury transport in fog

    MLML Chemical Oceanographers publish paper on mercury transport in fog

    Dr. Kenneth Coale, MPSL's Wesley Heim, Autumn Bonnema, Amy Byington, Adam Newman, and Chris Beebe, current Chemical Oceanography Lab students Alex Olson and Holly Chiswell, MLML alums Steve Martenuk and John Negrey, with collaborators from CSUMB and UCSC recently published their research on mercury in the California Current and it's transport …
  • New Film, The Pacific Leatherback, features work by MLML Research Affiliate Scott Benson

    New Film, The Pacific Leatherback, features work by MLML Research Affiliate Scott Benson

    The Pacific Leatherback is film by John Dutton which highlights a lot of the work by MLML research affiliate Scott Benson. The film has already won an award from the Virgin Spring Cinefest and is nominated for the prestigious Golden Galaxy Awards. The film has also been selected to screen …
  • MLML Welcomes Visiting Scientist Dr. Katlin Bowman

    MLML Welcomes Visiting Scientist Dr. Katlin Bowman

    We are excited to announce Dr. Katlin Bowman as one of this year's visiting scientist! Dr. Bowman is an oceanographer who studies mercury chemistry in marine environments. Currently, she is studying how microplastic pollution in San Francisco Bay impacts mercury cycling. For more about her work check out: 1) Her …
  • Welcome Dr. Max Grand, MLML’s New Chemical Oceanography Faculty!

    Welcome Dr. Max Grand, MLML’s New Chemical Oceanography Faculty!

    MLML is proud to welcome our new faculty member & chemical oceanographer, Dr. Maxime Grand.  And now, we are excited to say Bon Voyage!  Dr. Grand is joining a multi-disciplinary team of oceanographers on a month-long cruise (MOANA-MATY) sailing to the Marquesas Islands, South Pacific. Read more about the cruise …
  • MLML’s Dr. Mike Graham and Montery Bay Seaweeds featured in SF Chronicle

    MLML’s Dr. Mike Graham and Montery Bay Seaweeds featured in SF Chronicle

    The San Francisco Chronicle writes about MLML phycologist Dr. Mike Graham's seaweed farm.  Read Why seaweed is the food of the future here.  Includes a photo of MLML graduate student Matthew Elliott!  
  • MLML’s Ross Clark writes about Sustainable Aquaculture for the Santa Cruz Sentinel

    MLML’s Ross Clark writes about Sustainable Aquaculture for the Santa Cruz Sentinel

    Ross Clark, director of MLML's Central Coast Wetlands Group, writes about the recent Sustainable Aquaculture in California conference, which was hosted at MLML, in the Santa Cruz Sentinel. Read the article here: Earth Matters: Lets grow fish.
  • MLML Research Faculty Dr. Holly Bowers publishes paper on harmful algal blooms in Monterey Bay

    MLML Research Faculty Dr. Holly Bowers publishes paper on harmful algal blooms in Monterey Bay

    MLML congratulates one of our Research Faculty, Dr. Holly A. Bowers, on her just published article on the role of species composition in determining the potential domoic acid toxicity of our frequent Pseudo-nitzschia blooms in the bay.  The article compares across years 2013 and 2015, the latter was part of the …

MLML Annual Reports

Moss Landing Marine Laboratories (MLML) is a complex institution, providing curriculum and a M.S. degree in Marine Science for students attending seven California State Universities (CSU). There are tenure-track faculty, independent researchers, and technicians conducting research projects throughout the globe. Funding comes from the CSU, San José State University (SJSU), the other consortium campuses, the SJSU Research Foundation, and donors via the SJSU Tower Foundation. These annual reports provide an overview of the goals and accomplishments of MLML during the academic year, and summarize the breadth of activities.