Further supportive evidence of polygenic sex determination in Tigriopus californicus was recently published in Ecology and Evolution.
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2021 Fall Program students and mentors collaborate to publish undergraduate Directed Studies research!
This paid Internship is a 10 month full-time term position that will support marine science education on the west coast of Canada.
These data will be used to establish a contemporary baseline of kelp distribution, with the goal to predict kelp decline and/or recovery under future climate scenarios.
The Leander Lab is discovering the weird and wonderful world of microscopic organisms!
It is with great sadness that we announce the sudden passing of Cliff Haylock.
It’s been 50 years since we first hosted our first university field courses in 1972!
The publication arises from a Directed studies project examining the effects of perceived competition and water temperature on the functional responses of the invasive European green crab, Carcinus maenas, and the native graceful rock crab Metacarcinus gracilis.
Voracity of invasive European green crabs versus native red rock crabs explored in BMSC Alumni publication
This research revealed a surprising difference in predatory behaviour between the two crab species!
The ecological impact of less than 10% of the world’s non-native marine species has been studied, representing a significant gap in knowledge about most marine invasive species.