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Undergraduate experiential learning leads to peer review publication

BMSC Scientific Diving class goes under to explore the effects of handling and captivity on red sea urchins.

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With great sadness we inform you of the loss of our friend and colleague, Tomonari Kaji

Today we were informed that Tomonari Kaji, a BMSC researcher and friend, has unexpectedly passed away.

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How do snails grow complex shells?

On growing a beautiful shell: How do snails coordinate the placement of shell sculpture?

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Community BioBlitz at Pachena Bay, Sat. May 11, 9am

Join BMSC, Huu-ay-aht, and Pacific Rim NPR at Pachena Bay, Saturday May 11 for the Community Bioblitz! Learn about our local biodiversity and contribute to the knowledge of the natural world around us!

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Adam Larson

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Stacey Hrushowy

Stacey Hrushowy is a Skipper for BMSC’s large research vessels and an assistant to our foreshore operations. Stacey first came to BMSC as an undergraduate marine biology student (UVic) on a field trip in 2008, took summer courses here in 2010, and returned to work as a Field Trips Marine Science Educator from 2011-2013. She…

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Dr. Hugh MacIntosh

I am an ecologist and systematist devoted to studying the bewildering diversity of marine invertebrates. I am particularly interested in the often overlooked bivalves, ranging from wood borers in tropical Australia to carnivorous clams in the deep sea. I got my first taste of Bamfield as part of a student forum in 2002 and,…

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Dr. Hilary Hayford

I study the physiological ecology of marine organisms living in dynamic nearshore systems. My research addresses how behavior and physiology, for example thermoregulation, can moderate invertebrate experience of environmental stress and how that affects climate change risk. A deep appreciation for natural history—a tool that promotes creativity and builds biological intuition—is a core component of…

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Dr. Stephanie Green Awarded the Sloan Research Fellowship!

Dr. Green is the 4th person ever from the U of A to receive this fellowship, which is awarded annually (since 1955) in recognition of distinguished performance and a unique potential to make substantial contributions to their field. Congratulations Dr. Green!

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