Jill Harris, a PhD student in the Smith Lab, reminds us that, unfortunately, being marine biologist doesn’t mean we’re exempt from geometry. What we do for research. =)
Looking Back at ICRS 2012
The International Coral Reef Symposium may be over, but the memories and knowledge taken from the experience will continue to remain with the Smith Lab members. A few members share some of their most rewarding experiences they had down in Carins, Australia.
Smith Lab In Action!
Summer may be at its peak, but members of the Smith Lab at Scripps Institution of Oceanography (SIO) are still hard at work! Some are out & about around the world checking on their experiments and collecting data, others are right here in San Diego learning new skills and working on various projects. Find out what people are up to!
12th International Coral Reef Symposium 2012 – Cairns Australia
Good day mate! The Smith Lab s traveling to the great “Downunder” to participate in the International Coral Reef Symposium (ICRS). They will be joining approximately 2,500 scientists, conservationists, and educators to discuss the latest news and technology about coral reefs.
Smith Lab Members Share Research with SIO Donors!
Jill Harris, a PhD student in the Smith Lab, talks about her experience at the annual reception for SIO donors and fellowship recipients at Birch Aquarium.
Not Quite A Typical Day At Work
Jill Harris, a PhD student in the Smith Lab, talks about her “ins-and-outs” working in Brazil.
Learning more about Ocean Acidification
Several members of the Smith Lab attended a week long workshop at UCSB focused on Ocean Acidification.
Notes From the Field: Brazil
This blog is written by Jill Harris, a PhD student in the Smith Lab, who embarked on an exploratory research expedition in Brazil.
Check out the research in the Northern Line Island Expedition!
The Tent Brigade by Jen Smith, head researcher on the Benthic Team Prior to setting out on this expedition, I really had no idea how the Benthic Team was going to accomplish the goal we had set: performing three separate experiments at each island given no more than four days each. It seemed impossible. Now, after our fourth island, we … Read More
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