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Appreciating our grad students every day

This message from Gina Baucom, EEB associate chair for graduate studies, and Patricia Wittkopp, EEB chair, was emailed to EEB graduate students for graduate student appreciation week. Hi everyone,  This week is graduate student appreciation week. Normally, we’d do some […]

A terminal phase (adult male) bullethead parrotfish (Chlorurus spilurus) taking a bite of turf algae on the reef in Mo’orea, French Polynesia. Image: Katrina Munsterman

Changing impacts of herbivorous fishes through time

From reefbites, with permission by Matthew Tietbohl Animals are well-known to be important ecosystem engineers, impacting their habitats in a number of different ways. Some predators may create landscapes of fear where herbivores avoid, resulting in mosaics of different plant […]

Spring flowers peeking through the leaf litter at Scott's house

News and notes from your librarian: naming birds and new systems edition

Spring, at last, has sprung! The daffodils are opening, and garden prep for the season has started in earnest; Emily has Big Plans for a radical expansion of her gardening space this year (and extending into years to come) that […]

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