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Conservation Paleobiology and International Engagement: My Fulbright Experience in Jamaica.

Author: Broc Kokesh Growing up in northern Minnesota, the zebra mussel (Dreissena polymorpha) was an infamous household name. Zebra mussels were brought to the United States in the 1980s via shipping traffic through the Great Lakes; larvae and juveniles carried halfway across the world and released with the ballast water. Today, the piers and wharfs …

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Meet the Scientist: Angelina Ikić

Angelina Ivkić Marine (paleo-)biologist She/her Website: https://corals.univie.ac.at Twitter: @AngelinaIvkic Hi everyone! I am a PhD student at the University of Vienna, in Austria. While I grew up in a landlocked country (Austria), I spent all my summers on the beautiful Croatian coast. There, I started to develop a fascination for the ocean and its inhabitants. …

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Hong Kong Corals

When you first think of Hong Kong, or Google search it, the last thing you would expect to find is incredible marine biodiversity. With almost 8 million people living in a developed area an order of magnitude smaller than Luxembourg, it once claimed the title for most densely populated place on Earth. Almost 10% of …

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