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I would like to thank Judith Connor for leading us out into the deep blue sea and helping us figure out that the reds, browns, and greens in that blue are the most exciting things. Also, thanks go to Patrick Martone for always coming up with an answer when we held a tiny bit of algal turf up to him and said "Hey Patrick, what's this?". Finally, to the rest of the Marine Botany students for keeping an eye out for tiny reds, pointing out awesome things on our snorkeling trips, and giving moral support through the trials of building a webpage.
Please feel free to use any of the images on this webpage, but please cite me as the photographer/artist. I'm also interested in what you are using them for, so send me an email if you have the time.
Contact me: lasbeck -at- stanfordalumni.org
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