#ScienceAdvances study tests the efficacy of the teaching development program FIRST: https://t.co/QcDio1X9oK pic.twitter.com/JlACclazuT
— Science Magazine (@sciencemagazine)
March 19, 2016
Here’s a direct link to the full paper:
Previous work from this project on faculty development:
New research published today (Apr 28) highlights the importance of predatory fishes in controlling sponge populations on Caribbean coral reefs. Sponges compete with corals for space, and certain species of sponge can grow quickly, even smother neighboring corals. These fast growing sponges are usually controlled by predation, however the …
In Nov. 2014, we published the 3rd edition of
the Sponge Guide. The new guide now contains over 2,100 images from 230 species morphs.
One momentous addition to the guide, thanks to work by Sven Zea, is the addition of composite images of skeletal structures in 49 species …
That’s Mr. Slate Pencil to you. Meet a resident of Blazer Reef, the slate pencil sea urchin
During a routine afternoon feeding in the tank last Friday (Oct 24), Mr. Slate was observed releasing his gametes into the water column.
This gallery contains 14 photos.
Latest publication is now out in the Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology:
Joe Pawlik, at UNCW, we examined the relationship between an obligate sponge-dwelling brittlestar and its host sponge. Using field and lab experiments, we conclude that the sponge has …