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The Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute: Furthering marine research through the peer efforts of scientists and engineers.

Moss Landing, CA
Tilmeldt februar 2011

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  1. Fastgjort tweet
    12. dec.

    There are about 3,000 species in shallow-water sea slugs, but only three deep-water species were known off California... until now. Biologists just described five new nudibranchs— two of which are named after scientists!

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  2. 14. dec.

    How do you get a big-picture view of life in an ocean? What do you measure? These are some of the questions research are pondering both in the US and across the Western Hemisphere:

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  3. 14. dec.

    What's in a name? Two new sea slugs were named after scientists. Watch the VIDEO to learn more about the 5 new species of :

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  4. 13. dec.
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  5. 13. dec.

    “Acting together, with courage, we can protect our beautiful, living blue planet” is encouraging us to rise to the challenge.

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  6. 13. dec.

    Earth’s first life-forms played it cool in deep ocean

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  7. 13. dec.

    Counting marine organisms is tough. It's even tougher when you're trying to do it along both coasts of North and South America. oceanographer Francisco Chavez is working on this:

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  8. 13. dec.
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  9. 13. dec.

    A $7 million Marine Biodiversity Observing Network () project is well underway in the U.S. Now researchers are hoping to make it an international effort:

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  10. 13. dec.

    RT : “Homunculus planctonicus” Pluteus larva of Ophiura albida from Bay of Santander

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    12. dec.

    A new study shows Monterey could start seeing the effects of sea level rise as soon as 2040. The research project comes out of a partnership between the city of Monterey and the Center for the Blue Economy at . The story tonight at 6!

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    11. dec.

    New study finds that after ocean temps spiked in 2016 around Great Barrier Reef, causing severe damage, the corals that survived were more resistant to another period of extreme warmth the following year.

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    12. dec.

    Of course. His superpower is that he can talk to fish!

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    6. dec.

    What goes up and down in the ocean every ten days and delights grade-school kids? An ocean-monitoring float.

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    12. dec.
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    12. dec.
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  17. 13. dec.

    Nudibranchs are the glitterati of the world. Check out these newly named show-stoppers:

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  18. 12. dec.

    RT : Why First Complex Organisms Sprang from Oceans

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  19. 12. dec.

    RT : 1 cm seafloor mapping. David Cargass from presenting at seafloor mapping session co-convened by , , and

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  20. 12. dec.

    I added a video to a playlist New nudibranch species discovered

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