Highlights

 
Climate Tightens its Grip

Climate Tightens its Grip

New research shows that climate is tightening its grip on western North America, causing ecosystems from land to the ocean to become more synchronous with one another. In a study just released from the journal of Global Change Biology, Dr. Bryan...
Research gets a nod from top ranked biological journal

Research gets a nod from top ranked biological journal

New research about how nitrogen moves throughout the Arctic rivers and streams was selected as an Editor Highlight in the Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences.  Former graduate student from The University of Texas Marine Science Institute (UTMSI), now Ph.D., Matt Khosh...
Black Recognized in International Science Community

Black Recognized in International Science Community

Dr. Bryan Black was recently recognized by the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea for his service through his leadership of a group of scientists from across the world. Dr. Black is an associate professor whose research is determining...
Too Much of a Good Thing - Carbon from Permafrost in Mackenzie River Basin

Too Much of a Good Thing - Carbon from Permafrost in Mackenzie River Basin

Carbon is an essential building block for all living things on Earth, and carbon-containing compounds in the ocean and atmosphere control ocean acidity and global climate. Scientists from the University of Alberta, United State Geological Survey, Northwest Territories Geological Survey, and...
Student Spotlight: Matt Dzaugis

Student Spotlight: Matt Dzaugis

Congratulations to our new graduate, Matt Dzaugis! Matt just finished his master of science that helps us understand how climate can affect fish populations.  Matt Dzaugis just received his master of science in Dr. Bryan Black's laboratory. Courtesy photo.Matt Dzaugis Faculty...
Reading between the lines – clams and climate

Reading between the lines – clams and climate

Students at the workshop competed in two teams to see who could correctly identify clams to the descriptions and pictures in Norman Tebble’s 1976 classic British Bivalve Seashells. Credit: Courtesy photo, ARAMACC.Some scientists can pick up a seemingly obscure clam and...