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  • Expanding the global reach of iSeahorse

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    2014 was a big year for iSeahorse, the citizen science program for seahorse conservation created by Project Seahorse with support from Shedd Aquarium

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  • “Ice Mudpuppying” on Wolf Lake

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    This past month, I led a team of researchers onto Wolf Lake—a former estuary complex of Lake Michigan that’s located near the Illinois and Indiana state line—where we walked out on 9 inches created by an early winter freeze. 

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  • Putting Seahorses on the Map

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    Jennifer Selgrath is a PhD candidate with Shedd’s conservation partner Project Seahorse. She is studying at the University of British Columbia. During her time in the Philippines, she was also a Fulbright Scholar. This blog is based on a presentation she recently gave at Shedd.

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  • Becoming a Marine Biologist at Shedd

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    My name is Jori Nelson and I’m an intern at Shedd Aquarium. This summer I have been working in the environmental quality lab to learn more about the inner workings of this fantastic Chicago museum.

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  • Iguanas Changed My Life

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    It hardly seems like 20 years ago this month since a fresh-faced aquarist named Chuck Knapp started studying iguanas in the Bahamas. Long-time Shedd members have followed his exploits—and many have been a part of them on our iguana research expeditions.

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