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Frey and co-authors Johan Six and Juhwan Lee of UC-Davis and Jerry Melillo of the Marine Biological Laboratory were curious how increased temperatures due to climate change might alter the amount of carbon released from soils.
There are plenty of ways to get close to the 200 different species of animal, bird, plant and deep water coral life from seal boat safaris to trips on a scientific research boat from the island's Tjarno Marine Biological Laboratory, where you can view marine life through an underwater camera, including the rare coral Lophelia Pertusa.
In no other realm of ocean life has the magnitude of Census discovery been as extensive as in the world of microbes," said Mitch Sogin, of the Marine Biological Laboratory in Massachussetts.
Climate change is happening now, it is not something that will happen decades or centuries in the future," Jerry Melillo of the Marine Biological Laboratory in Massachusetts, one of the lead authors of the report, told AFP.
EHS-Trakhees has played a major role in the programme through the development of the state-of-the-art marine biological laboratory capability that is essential to the programme and the ongoing management of the coastline of Dubai.
When he discusses his college experiences at the Marine Biological Laboratory at Woods Hole (where he spent time fertilizing sea urchin eggs and watching sea urchin development), you can feel his excitement about being an experimental biologist.
The three chemists receiving the award are Osamu Shimomura of the Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, MA and Boston University Medical School, MA; Martin Chalfie of Columbia University, NY; and Roger Y.
Shimomura, of both the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, Mass.