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May 2021 Tide Bite

Greetings,
Scientists often cannot predict the directions their research will take – it is odd to think that such important decisions might somehow be out of our hands. But not infrequently an unexpected observation or opportunity will pull research into a new exciting direction – it is often the unanticipated results that are the coolest! 

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March 2021 Tide Bite

Greetings,
A lot of people hate little critters with a lot of legs – one of those primal fears that has some good evolutionary backing. I personally am not fond of terrestrial animals with 8 or more legs (shudder!), but am quite fond of marine crustaceans with their many legs – go figure. 

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December 2020 Tide Bite

Greetings,
Science often progresses like assembling a puzzle out of many pieces. It’s hard to see the whole picture – and we can’t ‘cheat’ by looking at the box lid! Restoration workers, state agencies, and scientists are all concerned about the decline in bull kelp around the Salish Sea in recent decades, and are struggling to understand the causes. 

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Postdoctoral Scholar Positions at FHL!

The Friday Harbor Laboratories is fortunate to have received private-donor funding to hire two postdoctoral scholars: a Nearshore Ecologist (for up to three years) and a Marine Scientist with any other relevant focus (for up to two years), both with anticipated start date of June 1, 2021. 

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