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NES-LTER Summer 2018 Transect is underway!

By Stace Beaulieu | July 21, 2018

Our NES-LTER Summer 2018 Transect is underway on R/V Endeavor (Cruise EN617). We have our first update from Ashley Burnett, high school science teacher at Global Learning Charter Public School in New Bedford, MA. Ashley is the first teacher to participate on an NES-LTER cruise, and she discovered: “Life at sea is very different from…

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Mike Neubert recognized as ESA Fellow

By Stace Beaulieu | July 12, 2018

We are pleased to announce that NES-LTER co-PI Michael G. Neubert is a 2018 Fellow of the Ecological Society of America (ESA). Mike is Senior Scientist in the Biology Department and Director of the Marine Policy Center at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. He was elected for fundamental contributions to theoretical ecology, biological oceanography, and resource…

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Deploying Imaging FlowCytobot at the Martha’s Vineyard Coastal Observatory

By Stace Beaulieu | July 3, 2018
NES-LTER REU 2018 PEP Irene Duran

The NES-LTER team just returned from a trip to the Martha’s Vineyard Coastal Observatory (MVCO) to deploy the Imaging FlowCytobot (IFCB) to continue the greater than 12 year time series. Undergraduate student Irene Duran (shown in photo next to the IFCB) visited MVCO for the first time. Irene is majoring in Mechatronics Engineering from California…

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Beyond Chlorophyll Fluorescence: The Time is Right to Expand Biological Measurements in Ocean Observing Programs

By Stace Beaulieu | June 1, 2018

Article in L&O Bulletin published 31 May 2018,

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Feeding dynamics of Northwest Atlantic small pelagic fishes

By Stace Beaulieu | May 29, 2018

“Feeding dynamics of Northwest Atlantic small pelagic fishes,” a paper by Justin Suca and colleagues, reveals strong seasonal differences in the diets of of five dominant small pelagic species

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NES-LTER featured in News Deeply

By Stace Beaulieu | March 23, 2018

“New Long-Term Effort to Understand Impact of Rapidly Changing Atlantic,“

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