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Photos and Videos

MCR LTER Photo Gallery

The MCR photo gallery contains photos of researchers, students, fish, corals, and landscapes and more.

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The Gallery website offers three viewing modes: an index, a gallery browsing mode, or a full-screen slideshow.

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MCR LTER Videos

Title Link Format Size
The benefits of LTER Research, with Peter Edmunds [Download] mov 30.3Mb
Anemone research, in French, with Giacomo Bernardi [Download] mov 14.9Mb
A Humpback whale in Moorea, 27 September 2008.
(Copyright Jim Hayward, 2008)
[Download] avi 8.5Mb
Video clip from a boat off the north shore of Moorea [Download] avi 8.6Mb
Video clip from a boat off the north shore of Moorea [Download] avi 8.5Mb
Video clip from a boat off the north shore of Moorea [Download] avi 35.6Mb
Video clip from a boat off the north shore of Moorea [Download] avi 14.4Mb

CCE, MCR & SBC LTER Graduate Student Symposium

In Feburary, 2011, graduate students from SBC, MCR and CCE met in Feburary 2011 at the Marine Science Institute, UCSB for the second California LTER Graduate Student Symposium. The 2011 event was organized jointly by student representatives Kyle Cavanaugh (SBC) and Sammie Davis (MCR), and was attended by students from two University of California campuses (UCSB, UCSD) and the California State University at Northridge (CSUN). The event featured more than 20 presentations of student research in both talks and posters. Topics ranged from consquences of urban runoff for shore communities, chemical and microbial processes, population responses to resource limitations and predation and the relationships between physical forcing and ecosystem structure. Oral presentations were recorded and are available.   group photo

 

 
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  NSF LTER logo This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation through the Moorea Coral Reef Long-Term Ecological Research program under Cooperative Agreement #OCE-0417412 and #OCE-1026851. Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in the material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation. Moore Foundation logo  
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