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Cheryl preps young students for snorkeling in Mission Bay, CA (SDOF)
Students identify invertebrates from core samples in Mission Bay, CA (SDOF)
Alex (SDOF intern) guides students through a fish dissection
Green sea turtle released with an acoustic tag (NOAA) south of San Diego, CA
Cheryl tags a Gopher Rockfish, CCFRP
Rick Starr (MS advisor, MLML) shows off a Cabezon, CCFRP
A Vermilion Rockfish gets descended, CCFRP
MLML labmate Jahnava kisses a Copper Rockfish, CCFRP
Cheryl tags a Copper Rockfish; MLML labmate Ryan takes data, CCFRP
These dedicated CCFRP anglers made hats with their volunteer numbers!
MLML labmate Katie measures a Lingcod, CCFRP
Now that's team work, CCFRP
CCFRP fishing crew in Half Moon Bay, CA (PC: S. Brennan)
Prepping for a SCUBA survey with Reef Check (PC: J. Chiu)
Amazing conditions off of Monastery Beach, CA (PC: S. Gabara)
More typical CA visibility (PC: E. Hernandez)
GRE study session between dives, Fiji (note cards not pictured)
CA Halibut tagged and released (with CDFW), Monterey, CA
Ed (Capitola Boat and Bait) fillets a fish for science
Donated CA Halibut carcass...ready for dissection at MLML
Alex (MLML asst.) holds up a CA Halibut used to study life history
Adam (MLML asst.) prepares a CA Halibut otolith for ageing
A thin-sectioned CA Halibut otolith (aged at 19 yr)
A mature CA Halibut ovary, preserved and ready to study
Whole mounts of CA Halibut eggs (hydrated and spawning ready)
A histological slide of CA Halibut ovaries (immature stage)
A histological slide of CA Halibut ovaries (almost ready to spawn)
So much data entry...
Cheryl and Madison (CFOS, UAF) identify and sample humpback whales in SEAK
Amalga Harbor: port sampling (UAF) site near Juneau, AK
Georgina (UAF asst.) readies fishing gear, SEAK (PC: M. Chan)
Welcomed with open arms by Ohana on Shelter Island, SEAK
Cheryl catches her first P. Halibut in SEAK (Shelter Lodge)
Cheryl and sportfishing Capt. Ben near Juneau, AK (Shelter Lodge)
Capt. Kenji with the day's bounty (Shelter Lodge)
Richard enlists EVERYONE at Shelter Lodge to help collect fisheries data (PC: J. Yamada)
Anne Beaudreau (PhD advisor, UAF) conducting gastric lavage on P. Halibut
An Arrowtooth Flounder spits up its lunch (Shelter Lodge)
Katie, Zach, and Helena (UAF asst.) process fish on the dock, SEAK
Madison (UAF asst.) identifies P. Halibut prey (lots of big crabs!)
Katie and Helena (UAF asst.) identify Arrowtooth Flounder prey
Lots more data entry (that's only 1/3 of it!)
FV Ocean Explorer ready for the AFSC (NOAA) bottom trawl survey, Gulf of Alaska
Science crew on the AFSC (NOAA) bottom trawl survey, Gulf of Alaska
A typical haul on Leg 4 of the AFSC (NOAA) bottom trawl survey, Gulf of Alaska
A not-so-typical (and exhausting) haul on Leg 4 of the AFSC (NOAA) bottom trawl survey, Gulf of Alaska
Our fearless leader Mark with a huge rockfish on the AFSC (NOAA) bottom trawl survey, Gulf of Alaska
Cheryl and [wonderful] deck boss, Nancy (AFSC, NOAA)
Both SEAK study species (CFOS, UAF), one cast! (PC: R. Yamada)
Cheryl's PhD committee: Anne, Martin, Franz, Kirstin, and Mary