Woodfall project summary and status update

Hi all! The semester is nearly over and man oh man has it been a busy one!

The main project occupying my time has been the woodfall project. For a recap and update of how it’s going, check out my post on the University of California Museum of Paleontology website. Then check out all the other cool stuff  graduate students, museum scientists, and faculty in the museum are doing!

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Woodfall after 2 years at 3200m, about to be collected. Credit: Still taken from MBARI footage by Jessie Kendall-Bar

2 thoughts on “Woodfall project summary and status update

  1. Nick Matzke May 18, 2014 / 3:37 pm

    What are the crawley guys? Sea pigs?

    • Jenna Judge May 19, 2014 / 9:30 am

      Yes! The white/transparent ones are sea pigs (Scotoplanes globosa) and the red ones are another kind of sea cucumber Aperina robusta.

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