Friends and Colleagues

See what some of our favorite researchers are up to lately:

Optical Oceanography Laboratory, Dr. Chuanmin Hu, University of South Florida

Plankton Ecology Lab, Dr. Su Sponaugle & Dr. Robert Cowen, Oregon State University

Early Life History Research Lab, Dr. Simon Geist, Texas A&M University, Corpus Christi, Dr. Howard Browman & Dr. Anne Berit Skiftesvik, Norwegian Institute of Marine Research

Physical-Biological Interactions Laboratory, Dr. Claire Paris, University of Miami

Dr. Dominique Robert, Université du Québec à Rimouski

Dr. Sang Ki-Lee, NOAA Atlantic Oceanographic & Meteorological Laboratory

Dr. Adam Greer, ZERO-C Lab, Dr. Adam Greer, University of Georgia

Our Favorite Scientific Societies

We are proud members of these societies:

Early Life History Section

American Fisheries Society

The Oceanography Society

Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography

American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists

Coastal & Estuarine Research Federation

Plankton Resources

Freely available on-line references (note: a number of these are in PDF format, and may be large in size):

 Early Stages of Fishes in the Western North Atlantic Ocean, 2007, M.P. Fahay

Ontogeny and Systematics of Fishes, 1984, ASIH

Ecology of Anguilliform Leptocephali, 2009, M.J. Miller

“Larval” and Juvenile Cephalopods: A Manual for Their Identification, 1992, Sweeney et al.

Laboratory Guide to the Early Life History Stages of Northeast Pacific Fishes, 1989, Matarese et al.

Ichthyoplankton Information System, Alaska Fisheries Science Center

The Early Stages of Fishes in the California Current Region, 1996, Moser et al.

Marine Zoooplankton Practical Guide for the Northwestern Arabian Gulf Vol. I, 2011, Al-Yamani et al.

Marine Zoooplankton Practical Guide for the Northwestern Arabian Gulf Vol. II, 2011, Al-Yamani et al.

The Life Histories of British Marine Food-Fishes, 1897, McIntosh and Masterman

Australian Museum Larval Fishes

Early stages of marine fishes occurring in the Iberian Peninsula, 2008, Re and Meneses

Our Funding Sources

Special thanks to the agencies that have supported our research:

NOAA RESTORE Act Science Program

Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative

Northern Gulf Institute

NOAA Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory

NOAA Marine Debris Program

Lenfest Ocean Program

Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant Consortium