Tag Archives: marine biology

Project helps researchers use ‘trapped’ museum collection

The original story can be found at UAF News and Information. by Lauren Frisch A few years ago, finding a sample in the University of Alaska Museum of the North invertebrate collection was like searching for a book in an unorganized … Continue reading

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UAF launches new master’s degree in marine studies

The original story can be found at UAF News and Information. by Lauren Frisch The University of Alaska Fairbanks has launched a new Master of Marine Studies degree to prepare graduates for science-based management jobs. The program, created by the UAF … Continue reading

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Faculty Focus: Anne Beaudreau

by Barb Hameister It takes some people a long time to discover what they want to be when they grow up—but Anne Beaudreau knew from an early age that she wanted to be a marine biologist. Originally from Rhode Island, … Continue reading

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Student Spotlight: Casey Clark

By Barb Hameister As a Ph.D. student in marine biology, Casey Clark certainly knows the importance of detailed planning, careful measurements, and organization. He is also a firm believer in serendipity. Casey was born and raised in Bellingham, Washington. He … Continue reading

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Chukchi Sea plankton communities thrive in warmer water

By Lauren Frisch Zooplankton, the tiny animals at the bottom of the food chain, are thriving in the Chukchi Sea, according to research by University of Alaska Fairbanks scientists. This is likely due to warming ocean temperatures and longer ice-free … Continue reading

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