Posts Tagged ‘Terry Gosliner’

Conservation Talks, Haiyan and Thanks

Thursday, November 28th, 2013
philippines, batangas, mabini, expedition, haiyan, terry gosliner

Academy researcher Terry Gosliner talks about his recent trip to the Philippines.

Marine Life in the Desert

Thursday, May 30th, 2013
Terry Gosliner, Luiz Rocha, middle east, desert, reef, red sea, aden, gulf, kaust, saudi, arabia, oman, indian ocean, nudibranchs, fish, overfishing

Academy researchers Terry Gosliner and Luiz Rocha head to the Middle East to look for marine life.

Synthetic Biology and Wildlife

Friday, April 12th, 2013
ecosystems, habitats, sustainability, conservation, synthetic, biology, terry gosliner, plos, extinction

Can synthetic biology save wildlife?

189 New Species

Monday, January 28th, 2013
nudibranchs, ants, sharks, fish, academy research, terry gosliner, biodiversity, species, count

Meet some of the new species that Academy researchers discovered last year.

Protecting the Ocean’s Jewel

Wednesday, January 2nd, 2013
Raja Ampat, Papua, Indonesia, coral reefs, John McCosker, Terry Gosliner, Academy research, conservation, oceans

Academy researchers begin the new year with an ambitious plan.

Killer Nudibranch

Saturday, January 8th, 2011
Phidiana

A dangerous nudibranch is taking over along the Marin coastline.

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