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Claisse Lab @ Cal Poly Pomona
Matt, Brenda, and Maggie
get certified to breath air with more 02 in it.
Jeremy, Ben and Chelsea
in front of the Hilma Hooker shipwreck in Bonaire.
James, Jacob and Austin
conduct fish habitat use surveys on the LA Habor breakwater.
a 4m high relief module on the Palos Verdes Restoration Reef.
Matt, Maggie, Brenda & Daniel
got their dive on off Catalina.
Garibaldi gut contents data for his thesis research on spatial and habitat variation in their diets.
a large clam
a piece of paper and is excited
a delicious live prawn when working for her CSU COAST summer internship.
the boat with intensity.
Chelsea injects tetracycline
as part of her study to validate annual ring formation in Garibaldi otoliths (inner ear bones used for aging).
Whitney and Brenda
explore Hawaiian history
(Urolophus halleri) can be (carefully) held by their spines.
James and Austin
return from doing stereo-video surveys of fish on the PVR
Gabby does advanced
open water scuba maneuvers in her course through the CPP BRIC
Ben carefully lifts
a Pacific ELECTRIC Ray (Tetronarce californica) caught in a trawl during BIO4820L Biology of FIshes.
Austin heads out
to the LA Harbor breakwater to collect data for his thesis research.
James and Austin
are masked-up doing field work during the pandemic.
a Garibaldi stomach (pre-COVID - they smell bad) under the watchful eye of Jacob, while John watches and learns.
Jeremy holds a
Pacific Seahorse (Hippocampus ingens) caught as part of a Vantuna Research Group fisheries inventory survey of San Deigo Bay.
stereo-DOV surveys the PVR
We crouched awkwardly
to not block Akaka Falls.
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