UC Davis Global Affairs Faculty Seed Grant Experiences Featuring Susan Williams
A Tale of Two Snails in Warming Water (BIS 124 Student Video)
Sans Cerata (BIS 124 Student Video)
Anemones or Enemies? (BIS 124 Student Video)
A Take of Two Crabs (BIS 124 Student Video)
Tubes in Tubes (BIS 124 Student Video)
Seize the Caprellidae:: Interactions Between Invasive Species (BIS 124 Student Video)
Celebration of Marine Science and James Clegg Lecture Hall Dedication
Students explore marine science at Bodega Marine Laboratory
Effects of Copper Oxide Nanomaterials on Sea Urchin Embryos
Student research courses at Bodega Marine Laboratory
Robots are helping answer a huge unknown about young marine life
Bodega Marine Laboratory: Celebrating 50 Years!
Bodega Marine Laboratory 50th Anniversary Alumni Event
Bodega Marine Laboratory 50th Anniversary Chancellor’s Event
The Best Way to Track Baby Starfish? Robots, of Course
UC Davis Scientists Deploy “Larvae Robots” into Pacific Ocean
Sea Urchins Pull Themselves Inside Out to be Reborn
Saving Our Native Oysters
Acid’s Effect on Snail Intelligence
California Giant Kelp: A fish-eye journey under the canopy
Becoming Marine Scientists at Bodega Marine Laboratory
Combatting Climate Change with Seagrass
Baby White Abalone
Summer Undergraduate Sessions in Experimental Invertebrate Biology & Coastal Marine Research
Taking the Plunge, Scientific Diving Program at the UC Davis Bodega Marine Laboratory
Delicacy of the Deep, Saving White Abalone
Synthetic Clothes may be Polluting San Francisco Bay
Crabbers Struggling Through Normally Booming Thanksgiving Week
A day in the Life of a BML Summer Student
The UC Davis Coastal and Marine Sciences Institute
Take a look at the programs and facilities at the UC Davis Bodega Marine Laboratory.
NY Times Mark Bittman “What Oysters Reveal About Sea Change”
Ocean Acidification & Oysters
Climate change threatening indigenous oysters
“Turning the Tide on Ocean Acidification” featuring the Bodega Ocean Acidification Research (BOAR) group.
The White Abalone Captive Breeding Program at the UC Davis Bodega Marine Laboratory works to restore endangered white abalone populations. This video shows the development of white abalone from fertilization to adult.
Student Austin Taylor (BML Spring Quarter 2012 Marine Biology, BIS 122, NPB 141) observed the effect of wave action on the behavior of the intertidal black turban snail Chlorostoma (Tegula) funebralis.
BML Graduate student Jill Bible studies how to best restore Olympia oyster populations in an era of increasing environmental change. Learn more about Ocean Acidification research at BML
UC Davis graduate student Jill Bible teaches science, but she definitely enjoys the hands-on research she conducts at the UC Davis Bodega Marine Laboratory.
At the Bodega Marine Laboratory, a UC Davis scientist Eric Sanford studies sea stars and mussels to determine how climate change will affect ecosystems along the California coast.
Extremely sensitive to shifts in temperature, the ochre sea star is considered a “keystone species” for monitoring the effect of changing air and ocean temperatures on California’s marine life. Eric Sanford of the UC Davis Bodega Marine Laboratory puts these beautiful creatures to the test, using their appetite for mussels as the yardstick.
What happens to the delicate larvae of ocean creatures when they are exposed to increasing acid levels in the ocean? Stanford University and Bodega Marine Lab scientists conduct an experiment on how acidity levels expected in the next century affect the 28,000 genes of tiny, young sea urchin larvae. Learn more about Ocean Acidification research at BML
UC Davis Bodega Marine Laboratory biologists harvest oysters for study about their future.