Application of active and passive acoustic methods to examine patterns in large marine predators
Kevin Boswell has published a paper along with co-authors in the Journal Frontiers of Marine Science called: Editorial: Deep Pelagic Ecosystem Dynamics in a Highly Impacted Water Column: The Gulf of Mexico After Deepwater Horizon
Savannah LaBua and Nicholas Tucker have received funding from NSF Research Coordinated Network for Evolution in Changing Seas. Partnering with the University of Alaska Fairbanks, the work focuses on Seascape Genomics of North Pacific Forage Fishes.
Savannah LaBua presented two posters at the Alaska Marine Science Symposium detailing her work on Pacific herring in Lynn Canal and the National Academies of Science Ocean Shot Decade conference for recently funded work in seascape genomics.
Kevin Boswell has published a paper along with co-authors in the Journal Frontiers of Marine Science called: Three-Dimensional Imaging Lidar for Characterizing Particle Fields and Organisms in the Mesopelagic Zone.
Kevin Boswell and Marta D'Elia have published a paper along with co-authors in the Journal Frontiers of Marine Science called: Oceanographic structure and light levels drive patterns of sound scattering layers in a low-latitude oceanic system
A striped marlin foraging offshore of the Baja Peninsula
Photo Credit to Ben Binder.