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Being a fussy eater is a problem for reef fish who live in rapidly changing environments or on deep reefs. But, scientists discovered, coral prey on deep reefs can support their fussy predator fish—by altering their own diets.Continue reading "Fussy fish facing tough conditions may be supported by less fussy corals"
ScienceNews.org – GSO ecogeochemist, Assistant Professor Dr. Kelton McMahon, studies penguin feathers and eggshells to uncover how Antarctic ecosystems change over timeContinue reading "Look to penguins to track Antarctic changes"
Oceanographers from the University of Rhode Island will once again present their research and posters during an international Earth science meeting this month. Faculty, staff and students at the Graduate School of Oceanography are among the thousands of scientists attending the 50th annual gathering of the American Geophysical Union, or AGU, Dec. 11 through 15 […]Continue reading "GSO scientists to present research at national meeting, Dec. 11-15"