Press Coverage

MLML Press Coverage

  • MLML’s Dr. Alison Stimpert co-authored recently published study on blue whale behavior

    MLML’s Dr. Alison Stimpert co-authored recently published study on blue whale behavior

    Dr. Alison Stimpert Research Faculty member Dr. Alison Stimpert serves a co-author for a large collaborative study on blue whales that has revealed preferences in the direction (right vs left handedness) that the whales will roll during lunge feeding.  The study was published in Current Biology on November 20th, 2017 …
  • Dr. Cailliet (MLML Faculty Emeritus) quoted in a National Geographic article on the challenges of aging sharks

    Dr. Cailliet (MLML Faculty Emeritus) quoted in a National Geographic article on the challenges of aging sharks

    How long do sharks live?  Recent studies using carbon radioisotopes suggest we've been underestimating the ages of sharks, especially older ones.  An article by National Geographic quotes our ichthyologist emeritus, Dr. Gregor Cailliet on the challenges of aging sharks using calcified growth bands: Gregor Cailliet, professor emeritus at California's Moss Landing Marine …
  • MLML’s Dr. Graham & Dr. Hamilton win a highly competitive federal funding award

    MLML’s Dr. Graham & Dr. Hamilton win a highly competitive federal funding award

    Dr. Mike Graham and Dr. Scott Hamilton have been awarded a grant with California Sea Grant to research sustainable aquaculture techniques integrating seaweeds and shellfish here at Moss Landing Marine Laboratories.  The grant is one of 32 from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration National Sea Grant Program.  Read more on this award as …
  • MLML’s Dr. Iliana Ruiz-Cooley publishes research on food webs in the California Current

    MLML’s Dr. Iliana Ruiz-Cooley publishes research on food webs in the California Current

    A new study is out with MLML's Research Faculty member, Dr. Iliana Ruiz-Cooley, as first author and includes co-authors from Scripps Institution of Oceanography and NOAA Fisheries West Coast. Their research challenges previous notions suggesting the pelagic food chain of the California Current was stable and therefore not easily affected by environmental disturbances. …
  • MLML alumni making waves: John Heine, author & technical editor for new NOAA Dive Manual

    MLML alumni making waves: John Heine, author & technical editor for new NOAA Dive Manual

    Moss Landing Marine Laboratories has a rich history of providing training and resources for research diving.  John Heine graduated in 1982 with a M.S. from MLML, while working with Dr. Mike Foster, and later became the Diving Safety Officer (DSO) for MLML from 1985 – 2002.  John has extensive experience …
  • MLML’s Dr. Jon Geller’s research featured on the cover of Science

    MLML’s Dr. Jon Geller’s research featured on the cover of Science

    Congratulations to MLML's Dr. Jon Geller of the Invertebrate Zoology Lab and collaborators for their cover article in the recent issue of Science for their research on Tsunamu-driven rafting!  Their research is also featured in perspective piece and a video, as well as being picked up by The Mercury News and …
  • MLML’s Vicky Vasquez on Discovery Channel’s Shark Week 2017

    MLML’s Vicky Vasquez on Discovery Channel’s Shark Week 2017

    Tune into Discovery Channel's Shark Week this summer and hear MLML graduate student, Vicky Vasquez of the Pacific Shark Research Center haunt you with tales of ALIEN SHARKS - STRANGER FINS!  (July 24, 10PM ET/PT)  
  • MLML’s Dr. Tom Connolly partners with COAST for new project

    MLML’s Dr. Tom Connolly partners with COAST for new project

     Thanks to CSU Council on Ocean Affairs, Science & Technology (COAST) for funding a new project:  Remote forcing of seasonal currents in the California Current System, for MLML's Physical Oceanography lab lead by Dr. Tom Connolly.
  • MLML’s new aquaculture facility in The Californian

    MLML’s new aquaculture facility in The Californian

      "Farming Seaweed Is A Family Affair", The Californian, June 19, 2017.  The first seaweed-only land-based aquaculture business in the US is getting its start at MLML's new aquaculture facility with phycology professor Dr. Mike Graham. Read the full story here.          
  • Check out the MLML 2017 Open House video!

    Check out the MLML 2017 Open House video!

    In case you missed our most recent open house event or you were there but want to revisit the fun, check out this short video!   MLML Open House 2017

MLML Press Coverage

Tune into Discovery Channel's Shark Week this summer and hear MLML graduate student, Vicky Vasquez of the Pacific Shark Research Center haunt you with tales of ALIEN SHARKS - STRANGER FINS!  (July 24, 10PM ET/PT)

Thanks to CSU Council on Ocean Affairs, Science & Technology (COAST) for funding a new project:  Remote forcing of seasonal currents in the California Current System, for MLML's Physical Oceanography lab lead by Dr. Tom Connolly.

"Farming Seaweed Is A Family Affair", The Californian, June 19, 2017.  The first seaweed-only land-based aquaculture business in the US is getting its start at MLML's new aquaculture facility with phycology professor Dr. Mike Graham.