Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Seminar next Monday

This sounds like a good illustration of how the hardest part of ecology is measuring the parameters of interest. You may already be aware that bones in the fish ear, otoliths, accumulate yearly growth rings (just like trees) and so can be used to age fish but I didn't know you could get more information from them.

Monday, June 2, 2008
10:00 a.m.
Marine Science Building Auditorium, MSB 1302

*Julie Standish*
Ecology, Evolution and Marine Biology
UC Santa Barbara

Use of otolith trace-elemental signatures to identify larval
connectivity and dispersal patterns in a temperate marine fish

Advisor: Robert Warner

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