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Press Release 09-007
Conference Features Climate Change, Predatory Jellyfish, Other Hot Topics in Marine Science

National Science Foundation-funded research results presented at 2009 American Society of Limnology and Oceanography Conference

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Photo of Kakani Young of Caltech using a new particle image system in Jellyfish Lake, Palau.

Scientist Kakani Young of Caltech uses a new particle image system in Jellyfish Lake, Palau.

Credit: John Dabiri, Caltech


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Photo of jellyfish known to scientists as Mastigias following the sun in Palau's Jellyfish Lake.

Jellyfish known to scientists as Mastigias follow the sun in Palau's Jellyfish Lake.

Credit: John Dabiri, Caltech


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Image of the crystal structure of the protein ferritin, which fuels diatom growth in the oceans.

The protein ferritin, its crystal structure shown here, from a diatom, a planktonic creature floating in the oceans; ferritin fuels the diatom's growth.

Credit: Michaela Parker, Virginia Armbrust, et al., University of Washington


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Photo of a doliolid, which is related to sea squirts.

What doliolids, relatives of sea squirts that can exist in huge numbers called blooms, eat in the oceans is a mystery.

Credit: Gus Paffenhofer


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Graph showing chlorophyll levels as a function of depth and offshore distance in Lake Superior.

Limnologists study phytoplankton in Lake Superior at the Deep Chlorophyll Maximum, graveyard of the algae.

Credit: NOAA


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The jumbo squid is a top predator in the eastern tropical Pacific Ocean.

The jumbo squid is a top predator in the eastern tropical Pacific Ocean.

Credit: Brad Seibel


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