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Alex Marquardt Mar 18
Exciting news! I was awarded the 2019 Thurlow C. Nelson Outstanding Oral Presentation Award for my talk at ! Thanks to and the National Shellfisheries Association for travel support!
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Alex Marquardt Mar 17
Sunday science wiggle courtesy of Pismo clams! Clams have a strong digging foot which allows them to anchor in the sand.
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Orla-Peach Power May 26
A lovely beach walk ended in a in yesterday. My mate found this oyster shell that looks like it had grown around the plastic attached to it :(
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Emilia Jarochowska Mar 13
Very unexpected results on vs. competition ⚔️📈 Thanks to ⁦⁩’s ⁦⁩ I learned new things on this seemingly well studied topic 🙂
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Torkild Bakken Jun 4
Nathalie Skahjem defended her master thesis today, she is now a qualified specialist. Congratulations with a great result! Off she goes straight into a job at
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DigAtlasAncientLife Jun 17
Trigonia emoryi (KUMIP 500189) is an unusual burrowing . Shell ornamentation made them capable of withstanding strong currents and shifting substrate. Modern relatives have a massive foot, providing the ability to "jump".
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Menai Strait Fishery Order Management Association Jun 14
What's the right way to eat an ? Relax. There's no right way to eat an oyster.
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Lobster Pod & Tanks Dec 10
We now have orders for four and two stacking systems to be made in the . If you want a new system for the Spring then you'd better get your order in very soon.
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Rachel Ehrenberg Jun 21
if you thought were humdrum, think again! not only are they ecosystem engineers, but they create elaborate lures to catch fish that will help rear and disperse young! Epic vids with this story
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Andy van der Schatte Olivier Jan 18
offered by beds include , historical artisanal for the , and , and and spiritual benefits and can be seen throughout cultures .
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Femorale Shells May 18
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Femorale Shells May 31
"The Bay Scallop, Argopecten irradians, Massachusetts Through North Carolina: Its Biology and the History of Its Habitats and Fisheries",
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SeasearchMCS Jan 17
The ID pages are well-used in the house! An excellent resource!
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Adam Hughes Apr 14
High tech tools for Application of in aquaculture, a review - Laudicella - - Reviews in Aquaculture - Wiley Online Library
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Alice_ch_n3e81 Apr 16
shell >_> Edible fruits and seeds transform their skins through color changes, which the women understand as a rhythmic and predictable sequence, a form of knowledge.
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Valentin Foulon Feb 5
' hair style ! Velum of in scanning and transmission electron and PIMM
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Heidi Waite Dec 1
Last wednesday, I collected on my first boat trip of my PhD! Thanks to & to for the help. Lots of fun things to see under the . My favorite was the snowflake-like plankton (ideas on what it is?) and the cute .
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Jose Fariñas-Franco Mar 1
More scientific evidence supporting the need for active as the solution to bring forming populations and the habitats they form back from the brink. Sometimes nature can't do "its thing" without a little help
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Menai Strait Fishery Order Management Association Jun 14
How was I to store these without killing them? And how do I know which ones were dead, so as not to give myself ? A simple guide on , to explain everything you need to know.
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Wild About Portsmouth May 7
Work underway sorting and cataloguing shells from mainly collected by HLF Guermonprez in late 19 and early 20 centuries
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