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 A black-footed albatross trails a wing-tip along the ocean surface. Image captured during seabird surveys on the NOAA Juvenile Rockfish Cruise, May/June 2018.

A black-footed albatross trails a wing-tip along the ocean surface. Image captured during seabird surveys on the NOAA Juvenile Rockfish Cruise, May/June 2018.

Farallon Institute has hired two Post-Doctoral Researchers: Dr. Simon Dedman, who is working on California Current anchovy population dynamics, and Dr. Brian Hoover, who is working on the distribution of krill and its importance to predator populations. Read more about their work here and on their staff profiles.

Farallon Institute physical oceanographer and atmospheric scientist, Dr. Marisol Garcia-Reyes, has been invited to serve as a member of the Eastern Boundary Upwelling System (EBUS) Research research group of the World Climate Research Programme's Climate and Ocean: Variability, Predictability and Change Project (CLIVAR).  Their objective is to better understand and predict ocean-atmospheric coupling and the impact on Earth's climate system.