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Marine Ecology

Variation in copepod egg production rate across spatial gradients in the California Current Ecosystem

Poster Number:  371 Presenter/Primary Author:  Catherine Nickels Areas of the ocean where two water parcels meet, know as fronts, define regions of sharp spatial gradients.

Shifting symbiotic states and diversity patterns as an indicator of climate change

Poster Number:  364 Presenter/Primary Author:  Ruth Gates Accumulating data strongly suggest that the fate of Scleractinians will be determined in part, by the composition of symbiotic dinoflagellate (Symbiodinium sp.) communities hosted by coral

Where the LTER Network meets the Genomics Standards Consortium

Poster Number:  362 Presenter/Primary Author:  Inigo San Gil The Genomics Standards Consortium (GSC) creates and disseminates metadata and data standards that facilitate data interoperability through a collaborative process amongst its stakeholders.  No

Nitrogen addition modulates the response of Hydrolithon onkodes to ocean acidification

Poster Number:  339 Presenter/Primary Author:  Robert Carpenter A growing body of evidence suggests that continued acidification of surface waters of the ocean will have significant negative impacts on calcifying organisms and this will be particularly importan

Combining LTER data with other monitoring data to achieve a broader spatial and temporal perspective

Poster Number:  312 Presenter/Primary Author:  Andrew Rassweiler The Santa Barbara Coastal LTER has been monitoring ecological communities at 11 shallow sub-tidal reefs in the Santa Barbara Channel for more than a decade.  Here we combine these data with tw

Background Photo by: Nicole Hansen - Jornada (JRN) LTER