Only time will tell: Dynamics of picophytoplankton diversity and activity
About Kelly Lance
Created: 03/24/2016; WHD: 22262
Entries by Kelly Lance
Rising anthropogenic nitrate levels in the North Pacific Ocean
Speaking science: How to captivate and connect with any audience
Collecting evolution: The Galapagos expedition that vindicated Darwin
Exploring more with less
Artists at sea: Integrating art and science aboard R/V Falkor
A Sea of Glass: Searching for the Blaschka’s models in a sea at risk
A new paper reveals the first observations of an elusive, giant pelagic octopus with a surprising choice of prey: jellyfish!
Photogrammetry and virtual reality
Exporting a phytoplankton bloom
The Science and Spirit of the Ocean
Acoustic observations of the ocean interior: Stories of gas bubbles
Deep diving odontocetes’ foraging strategies and their prey field as determined by acoustic techniques
During a study to learn how sediments flow through submarine canyons, a one-ton monitoring device on the seafloor was swept down Monterey Canyon and partially buried—twice in one year.
A proteinaceous deep-sea coral’s view of biogeochemistry and ecosystem change above
Biophysical impacts on marine trophic structure: Ideas and new directions
Measuring biodiversity and extinction in deep time and the deep sea
Investing in ocean solutions: An introduction to Schmidt Marine Technology Partners
MBARI’s Benthic Rover, an autonomous seafloor crawler, recently broke it’s own world record, spending over a year autonomously crawling across the deep seafloor and collecting scientific data without any help from humans.
3D reconstruction and video analytics for subsea exploration
Research programs at the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI) encompass the entire ocean, from the surface waters to the deep seafloor, and from the coastal zone to the open sea. The need to understand the ocean in all its complexity and variability drives MBARI's research and development efforts.