2019: A Year in Review

In case you missed any of our posts, over the past 365 days we have been very busy in the ASLC Science Department! Here are some of the highlights from 2019:

Here Sharky Sharky Sharky! Our biggest research project of the year entailed an exploration into the world of the elusive and enigmatic Pacific Sleeper Shark! Click HERE to read all the blogs about this project!

Badass future scientists I’m particularly excited that in 2019, over 40% of our posts were from interns, students or graduate students–sharing the stories of the next generation of marine scientists! Click HERE to read about their stories, discoveries, and adventures!

Question and Answer As part of our new exhibit at the ASLC this summer, we wanted to hear from you, our visitors and readers. In a series of blogs we answered your questions about science, technology, and what we can do as ocean stewards. Click HERE to see the answers to those burning questions!

We want to hear from you–what are your ocean science questions you want answered?

Reading Rainbow In addition to these highlights, our scientists were hard at work on a variety of projects throughout the year with our research partners. For the projects that were wrapping up, results were published as peer-reviewed papers. Click HERE for the Paper in a Nutshell Series and HERE for a list of our publications that came out in 2019!

Some of the papers published by ASLC scientists in 2019!

As we look forward to the next year, we wanted to thank you for joining us on our science exploration in 2019! Remember to share these posts on social media and subscribe to make sure you don’t miss any of our posts in the next year!

Here’s to an amazing 2020!

Happy New Year! Dr. Amy Bishop

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