Dr. Sean Rogers will speak about: “Integrating ecological genomic approaches to predict evolution in a changing world”.
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Dr. Heather Jamniczky will speak about: “The devil is in the details: quantitative morphology reveals new insights into evolutionary history of threespine stickleback”.
Dr. Sisk and Dr. Palen will speak about: “Oil sands, hydropower and wildfire: Leveraging science for policy innovation”.
Dr. Don Levitan will speak about: “Love and jealousy in sea urchins: sexual selection and the evolution of gamete recognition proteins”.
Dr. Katie Lotterhos and her students investigate the influence of climate on dispersal, recruitment, and local adaptation in juvenile rockfish.
Gastropod wax replicas can be used to quantify the frequency and type of attacks by crab predators, which likely play a vital role in structuring gastropod populations.
Dr. Warren Gallin (U of Alberta) was at BMSC recently working on Polyorchis penicillatus, a frequently observed jelly fish species in Barkley Sound. He is characterizing the structure and function of their nervous system.
The Baum Lab were at BMSC earlier this month for a retreat, to bond as a lab and discuss their goals for the upcoming year.
Maximizing energy from tidal energy: University of Washington mechanical engineers are testing generation methods using the flume and PIV at BMSC.
Research in the Levitan lab is a family affair. The Levitan family are working together as a research team here at BMSC this summer.