The 2011 InterRidge News just came out, and you can read about our cruise YK10-11:
Beaulieu, S.E., S. Mills, L. Mullineaux, F. Pradillon, H. Watanabe, and S. Kojima (2011) International study of larval dispersal and population connectivity at hydrothermal vents in the southern Mariana Trough. InterRidge News 20: 50-54.
Click HERE to access the PDF on the InterRidge website
Friday, November 18, 2011
Sunday, October 30, 2011
In September I attended NOAA's Science and Exploration Workshop for the Marianas Trench Marine National Monument. The workshop was held in association with the Oceans'11 IEEE/MTS conference at which I presented our work from last year's YK10-11 cruise: "International study of larval dispersal and population connectivity at hydrothermal vents in the U.S. Marianas Trench Marine National Monument," by Stace E. Beaulieu, Susan Mills, Lauren Mullineaux, Hiromi Watanabe, Florence Pradillon, and Shigeaki Kojima, abstract no. 110422-040.
Sunday, June 26, 2011
This summer, we welcome Thomas Sayre-McCord as a Summer Student Fellow in our lab. Thomas is a physics major at the University of North Carolina. He is applying his interests in biophysics to the analyses of larval swimming velocities. Here, Thomas has one computer running Matlab routines and a second computer displaying a video frame grab from experiments on last year's Mariana cruise.