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Developmental Biology

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Noise Pollution Changes How Ocean Animals Grow

Humans create a lot of noises that seep into natural environments, polluting the natural soundscape. Noise pollution can be harmful for marine life by interrupting migration routes and disrupting normal communication. Now, a new study finds that the man-made noise pollution can even change the way fishes grow! Ashley MarranzinoI received my Master’s degree from […]

Small but mighty: Will the epaulette shark survive ocean acidification?

Check out the first installation of Sharkbites Saturday! The epaulette shark is a small egg-laying species native to Australia. In this study, scientists look at the effects that increased carbon dioxide from climate change may have on these interesting reef dwellers. Carolyn WheelerI am currently a PhD student studying marine science at the University of […]

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