A few years back I helped my friend Dave out with a science videography project. We discuss the beautiful critters & algae living in the waters of Friday Harbor, WA.
Pollicipes polymerus, the leaf barnacle, clustered in a group of mussels on Vancouver Island, BC. (There are more than 25 barnacles in this image. Individuals can be identified by the red-colored opening of the shell plates.) Each individual has a long, fleshy stalk to both attach the barnacle’s body to the rock and allow it … More Marine critters
After spending more than a decade conducting field work in the intertidal zone, I really began to wonder what the organisms were doing when field biologists weren’t present. This question seemed even more important to answer when I considered that intertidal biologists virtually ALWAYS do their work at low tide, when these organisms are exposed … More radio tracking marine invertebrates
A snail can tell us a lot about global warming | Crosscut.com.