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    • Chemical dynamics based on methane, light backscatter, and redox potential of hydrothermal plumes at Rumble III, Kermadec arc, New Zealand 

      Salmi, Marie (2010-01-14)
      This study characterized the chemical ecology of the Rumble III plume by comparing data from CDTO sensors. The plume is 250 meters below the surface of the water. A reduction in oxygen, higher particulate numbers, and ...
    • Chemical Signaling In An Inducible Offense 

      Yee, Alison K.; Padilla, Dianna K. (Friday Harbor Laboratories, 2013-08)
      Inducible phenotypic plasticity is the ability of an organism’s genotype to express different observable traits or phenotypes, such as morphology, over and individual’s lifespan. The snails Lacuna vincta and L. variegata ...
    • China and the Great Recession of 2007-09 

      Connelly, James; Grubb, Michael; Henning, Justin; Bevans, Callista; Kloss, Arielle; Gardner, Nathan; Anguelov, Dimitar; Lyons, Elizabeth; Myers, Stefan; Snyder, Nathan; Smith, Kendall; Lee, Youn Gee; Quijano, Tim; Schulz, Chris; Larsen, Aaron; Wan, Zhi Wei (2010)
    • Circulation patterns and processes in Barkley Sound, Vancouver, BC 

      Braund, Trevor (2013-06)
      [author supplied abstract]This study attempts to analyze the circulation patterns within Barkley Sound, British Columbia, and to better understand these underlying processes. Conductivity, temperature, and depth profiles ...
    • Citizen Security in El Salvador: Improving the Effectiveness of International Aid 

      Davis, Ashley; Fenimore, Kate; Fiedler, Dan; Greenstein, Janey; Hsu, Sherrie; Manuchehri, Mina; McKeon, Katherine; Phillips, Emily; Virtue, Alyssa; Walton, Katherine (2012)
      This policy report examines the ways in which the international aid community can better support the citizen security needs of the Central American people. El Salvador serves as an appropriate case study in this context, ...
    • Clad in Plaid: Finding the Nation in Sir Walter Scott’s Waverley 

      Frederick, Jessica May (2008-10-29)
      Sir Walter Scott is the de facto national author of the Scots, writing from the early 19th century and still sending significant ripples across contemporary society despite modernity and globalization being issued from the ...
    • Clark 1 Land-based versus water based observation of Orcinus orca near San Juan Island, Washington 

      Clark, Erica J. (Friday Harbor Labs, 2011-09)
      Southern resident killer whales seasonally inhabit the Salish Sea waters of British Columbia and Washington and are unique in their feeding behavior. This endangered subpopulation is also a valued resource that has led ...
    • Claw morphology and influence on feeding electivity of four Pacific Northwest crab species 

      Bigham, Katie; Crofts, Stephanie; Dobkowski, Katie (Friday Harbor Laboratories, 2014-12)
      Crabs use their claws for a number of uses including handling and processing of prey items. However claws are not uniform across species, they show a number of variations including those in their denticle patterns. To ...
    • Coastal Upwelling of Magdalena Bay, Mexico, in a La Niña year 

      Kammin, William Jay (2012-06)
      [Author's abstract]Upwelling off Magdalena Bay on the west coast of Baja Mexico was investigated and the magnitude of upwelling calculated. From March 20-21st the R/V Thomas G. Thompson cruised from the coast north of ...
    • Coccolith Conundrum: How shape affects sinking and light acquisition 

      Garcia, Marites Villarosa (Friday Harbor Laboratories, 2012-08)
      I use three simple models to assess the degree to which thickness of the upper element of a coccolith and the height of the connecting stalk influence a coccolithophore’s sinking rate, and ability to acquire light. One ...
    • Coding Gender: Performance and Gender Identity in a Synthetic World 

      Hardison, Brian (2010-12)
      Building on Lisa Nakamura’s exploration of race and racial performance in her essay, “Race In/For Cyberspace: Identity Tourism and Racial Passing on the Internet,” my project is an examination of the depiction of gender ...
    • Collagen type IV in the Ctenophore Pleurobrachia bachei 

      Churches, Nathan; Swalla, Billie; Moroz, Leonid; Kohn, Andrea (2012)
      The evolution of multicellular animals required the development of epithelial tissues that function in controlling the transport of molecules from one environment to another. Collagen proteins are crucial to the formation ...
    • Collagen type IV in the Ctenophore Pleurobrachia bachei 

      Churches, Nathan; Swalla, Billie J.; Moroz, Leonid; Kohn, Andrea (Friday Harbor Laboratories, 2012-06)
      The evolution of multicellular animals required the development of epithelial tissues that function in controlling the transport of molecules from one environment to another. Collagen proteins are crucial to the formation ...
    • The Collagens of the Ctenophore Pleurobrachia bachei 

      Churches, Nathan; Swalla, Billie J.; Kohn, Andrea; Moroz, Leonid (Friday Harbor Laboratories, 2012-10)
      The evolution of multicellular animals required the development of epithelial tissues that function in controlling the transport of molecules from one environment to another. Collagen proteins are crucial to the formation ...
    • COLONISATION BY THE WOOD-BORING BIVALVE XYLOPHAGA WASHINGTONA 

      McQuaid, Kirsty (Friday Harbor Laboratories, 2014-08)
      Wood falls represent a rare and ephemeral, yet important source of food in the deep-sea. Wood-boring bivalves of the family Xylophagainae have high reproduction and growth rates, allowing them to rapidly colonise and exploit ...
    • COLONISATION BY THE WOOD-BORING BIVALVE XYLOPHAGA WASHINGTONA 

      McQuaid, Kirsty (Friday Harbor Laboratories, 2014-08)
      Wood falls represent a rare and ephemeral, yet important source of food in the deep-sea. Wood-boring bivalves of the family Xylophagainae have high reproduction and growth rates, allowing them to rapidly colonise and exploit ...
    • Commission on Russian-American Relations 2010 

      Palekha, Nancy; Sumpter, Kate; Dominguez, Alexander; Hwang, Sungjoo; Zdanovskaya, Violetta; Houvener, Austin; Anderson, Jessica; Burse, Tomoko; Jenkins, Alexis; Butler, Krystle; Jordan, Laura; Williams, Vivica; Liebeskind, Emily; Saueressig, Whitney; Simcic, Ryan; Tilley, Aaron (2010)
    • A comparative analysis of the novel terrestrial locomotion of the tidepool sculpin, Oligocottus maculosus 

      Bressman, Noah R.; Gibb, Alice; Farina, Stacy (Friday Harbor Laboratories, 2015-09)
      Tidepool sculpins (Oligocottus maculosus) are intertidal fish that use a novel mode of terrestrial locomotion to traverse their semi-terrestrial environment. Our goals were to describe the kinematics of the terrestrial ...
    • Comparative examination of processes affecting the marine Nitrogen cycle of the ETNP 

      Ikeda, Greg (2012-06)
      [Author's Abstract] Nutrients in the ocean are used by plankton at the bottom of the food web, which act as food for progressively larger organisms. In particular, nitrogen based nutrients are often in short supply, limiting ...
    • Comparative Functional Anatomy of the Oral Jaw Musculo-skeletal System in Pacific Salmons 

      Wilson, Mackenzie; Ditsche, Petra; Gidmark, Nicholas (Friday Harbor Laboratories, 2014-06)
      Food acquisition is a necessary component of survival for any organism and in order to feed effectively, a predator must meet the mechanical demands of its prey. This study’s focus was to make general observations and ...