HopkinsMarineStation

@HopkinsMarine

Official Twitter for Hopkins Marine Station of Stanford University, founded in 1892 as the first marine laboratory on the west coast of North America.

Pacific Grove, California, USA
Tilmeldt september 2013

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    Micheli Lab at Hopkins Marine Station of Stanford University researchers uncover startling insights into how human-generated carbon dioxide could reshape oceans.

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  3. 17. dec.

    “Biodiversity scientists estimate that less than 10% of species on Earth have been discovered." -- shares this year's countdown of interesting new animal species for the Agenda blog.

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  4. 17. dec.

    “When an organism’s environment becomes more acidic, it can dramatically impact not only that species, but the overall ecosystem’s resilience, function, and stability” - Fiorenza Micheli

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  5. 14. dec.

    Research from Stanford marine biologist Fiorenza Micheli and others suggests that ocean acidification driven by carbon dioxide emissions could have a larger impact than previously thought.

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  6. 14. dec.

    Small-scale fisheries contribute to two-thirds of fish catch destined for direct human consumption. Learn more:

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  7. 12. dec.

    “With its primitive but effective immune system, Botryllus may also give us insights into how we can boost our own immune responses to pathogens and cancer." researchers find a marine invertebrate sheds light on human immune systems.

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  8. 12. dec.

    Volcanic carbon dioxide vents off the coast of Italy are rapidly acidifying nearby waters. This natural laboratory provides a crystal ball-view into potential future marine biodiversity impacts around the world. Read...

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  9. 12. dec.

    The winning photo in the fieldwork category was of a juvenile minke whale cruising the waters of the South Pacific and greeting student sailors Daela Tipton and Neil Singh aboard...

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  10. 12. dec.

    A unique “Tsunami fish” was discovered at the breakwater wall off San Carlos Beach in Monterey. Two dive masters of Bamboo Reef Dive Center, Nicholas Ta and Dennis Lewis have spotted the barred knife...

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  11. 11. dec.

    A new tool allows researchers to count fish and other animals just by collecting a small sample of water.

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  12. 11. dec.

    “In Ischia, we have gained new insights into what future oceans will look like." Co-Director Fio Micheli and her team used volcanic carbon dioxide vents off the coast of Italy as a natural laboratory to learn about the future in a new paper.

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  13. 11. dec.

    A workshop co-hosted with the Palau International Coral Reef Center identified risks, interventions and critical research needs relating to Palau's marine resources, and food security.

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  14. 11. dec.

    A new eDNA tool allows Stanford University researchers to count fish and other animals just by collecting a small sample of water.

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  15. 11. dec.

    “In Ischia, we have gained new insights into what future oceans will look like and what key services, like food production and coastal production, will be lost when there is more carbon dioxide in the...

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  16. 11. dec.

    How taxonomic & functional diversity change along natural CO2 gradients? Which life-traits are more vulnerable? Check out our latest study

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  17. 11. dec.
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  18. 10. dec.

    New paper "Incorporating change in marine spatial planning: A review" by Fio Micheli and collaborators just published in Environmental Science and Policy!

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  19. 10. dec.

    What was the Stanford Center for Ocean Solutions up to this year? Stay tuned for , a countdown of the top stories and initiatives from our team!

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  20. 7. dec.

    : Exciting & important opportunity. is hiring a Senior Fellow for Oceans. PhD required. "The ideal candidate will have experience in interdisciplinary science and modeling. Candidates should be vitally interested in climate solutions."

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