New technology provides new insight into marine life

University of Georgia Skidaway Institute of Oceanography biologist Adam Greer studies marine life from the bottom up (of the food chain, that is). Greer investigates plankton – organisms between approximately one millimeter to several centimeters in size – adrift in the water column. He uses a new, cutting-edge imaging system that reveals more of this microscopic world than has ever been possible before. (more…)

Cruise Log – June 29-30, 2021 – DolMICROBE 09: “Who needs sleep?”—On being chief scientist and sampling post- tropical storm

by Laura M. Treible

The past few months have felt like a whirlwind! In June we had two cruises, one at the beginning and one at the end of the month. Marc was going to be out of town for the late June cruise, so I had the opportunity to act as Chief Scientist in his absence. We were able to use the cruise in early June to train and prepare me for this role. 
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The in-person workshop is tentatively planned to coincide with the 2022 Ocean Sciences Meeting in Honolulu on Feb. 27-Mar. 4, 2022. The meeting in Savannah in 2021 has been cancelled.

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