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 via fog.  The paper is titled The distribution and speciation of mercury in the California Current: Implications for mercury transport via fog to land.

You can read the paper here.

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.

Read the article here:  Temporal variation in pelagic food chain length in response to environmental change