Dr. Jennifer Smith & Dr. Nichole Price recently publish a paper on their ongoing research about ocean acidification.
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.
Put Your Money Where Your Reef Is
Levi Lewis, a Ph.D. student in the Smith Lab, gives us his view on a peer-reviewed study, commissioned by NOAA, that estimates the value of Hawaiian coral reefs.
Smith Lab Members Publish New Papers!
Andi Haas, Nichole Price, both post docs in the Smith lab, and Dr. Jennifer Smith have recently published a paper in PLosOne and another in Marine Ecology Progress Series, about their research on coral reefs, microbes, and DOC.
Levi Lewis, a Ph.D. student in the Smith lab, talks about what inspires him to continually fight to protect coral reefs around theworld.
Breaking Coral Reef News: NOAA Issues Comprehensive Samoa Archipelago Assessment
NOAA recently issued the most comprehensive biogeographic assessment of the Samoa Archipelago to date. Based on the findings, Fagatele Bay National Marine Sanctuary has released a draft of their management plan to improve the marine sanctuary in the American Samoa.
Making Plans, “Bahia” Style
Clinton Edwards, a Master’s student in Dr. Jennifer Smith’s Lab, describes his experience, and patience, of planning a research trip to Bahia, Brazil.
Learning more about Ocean Acidification
Several members of the Smith Lab attended a week long workshop at UCSB focused on Ocean Acidification.
In the News! Lahaina, Hawaii News
Two of our very own PhD students, Levi Lewis and Emily Kelly, celebrate the 2nd annual birthday of the Kahekili Herbivore Fisheries Management Area (KHFMA) and made the front page of the Lahaina News!
A Great Introduction to Reef Ecology
My name is Kevin Moses. I attend Howard University in Washington, DC, but I am working in the Smith lab this summer through an NSF funded REU program. This summer I got the opportunity to assist Emily Kelly with her field work in Maui. The experience was awesome. I don’t have much background in snorkeling or coral reefs, so it … Read More