|After a good day’s work mucking about with shrimp.
I am second from the right,
Natalie is far left. |
|As it is around supper time, I find it hard to resist sharing a bite of krill.|
It is refreshing to be able to experience Mo’s lab, as it gives a tangible picture of the sole which we have so far been seeing only as scientific names or frozen on a Petri dish in the lab. It is also rewarding to see his project, as it parallels Dr. Waldo’s work in that it involves juvenile sole behavior. As mentioned in my previous blog post, one of the focuses of studies done with our data set is the effect of hypoxia on flatfish. This focus resulted in a paper on juvenile flatfish behavior which was co-authored by Dr. Waldo and Lorenzo Ciannelli, Mo’s adviser for his graduate work at OSU.
|Floating crab cups and a juvenile English Sole |
coming to the surface to say hey
Eureka! Cross-training! Keep up the training! This is exactly what I want to see! The four of you look great! No soft shell crab for you. Have you had a chance to review and compare the Waldo and Lorenzo's papers with any of Bill's?ReplyDelete
Glad to hear that you are getting a lot of new experiences at Hatfield and taking advantage of learning from your peers.ReplyDelete