Here we take a break from talking about shellfish and larvae, to report on a great education conference I attended with a team from UW Tacoma. Stay tuned to this space for more about our adventures in Puget Sound. Thank
This sponge has suddenly shown up in Dyes Inlet (near Bremerton, WA). Tideland owners noticed it in small numbers last year, but this year it is really proliferating. It seems to prefer attaching to hard structures, including the restored Olympia
Look what popped up on the UWT Homepage today!
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After a lonely winter with just me and Megan (@BivalveFanatic) holding down the fort, our lab is full of life again. This February, UWT alumna Michelle McCartha (@Geoduck_Pac) joined our group as a technician to take the lead on the
While we are working on this site, we’ve also been setting up a YouTube channel (under “Becker Lab”) to organize and disseminate some videos about shellfish larvae and our lab. We’re most excited about posting videos of larvae of some of
One of the things I love about being a marine biologist is sometimes I will pause and consider the absurdity of what I am doing at that moment. This week’s example was our trip to the Puget Sound Restoration Fund‘s
We are working on a much needed update to this page. We’ve got some great stuff in the works, so please come back soon and check us out!