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Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow RT : Evaluating Sea-Bird's SeaFET https://t.co/xWg2l43GvU 1 week 4 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow Scallops. Great bivalve or the greatest bivalve? Discuss. https://t.co/UFmCYiy1dU 1 week 4 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow Opalescents are one of our favourite nudibranchs! Even the ochre stars don't mess with 'em!… https://t.co/BE2VSM5gRZ 1 week 4 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow RT : Truly the best bivalve! Did you know they swim forwards, not backwards? I didn't until I started researching them… https://t.co/B53EtoLWLu 1 week 4 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow Take a minute to appreciate the scallop. These bivalves are more than just a delicious adductor muscle.… https://t.co/Z1e5ekYAKc 1 week 5 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
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Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow RT : How an epidemic revealed the power of sea stars to shape an ecosystem: https://t.co/i4QFTi545R https://t.co/aLESnQPSyB 1 week 5 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow How do you measure the tide to mm precision? https://t.co/bcE0nlbj31 https://t.co/B78Tfga6yb 1 week 6 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow RT : scoping sites for our new NSF project: The role of a keystone pathogen in the geographic ecology of… https://t.co/t8v5HfXd1J 1 week 6 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow RT : Awesome day in Kwakshua Channel servicing the MAPCO2 system https://t.co/UklVT7FMFu 2 weeks 19 hours ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow RT : Pea crabs (Fabia subquadrata) are tiny symbiotic crabs that live inside a bivalve shell with a mussel or clam host.… https://t.co/ITUJGmuHfc 2 weeks 1 day ago Reply Retweet Favorite
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Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow RT : Surveying above the clouds with . We're using drones to measure snow depth. We nee… https://t.co/qxlbxgwXz6 2 weeks 1 day ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow You don't know what you've got till it's gone. When disease wiped out a predatory sea star, scientists discovered… https://t.co/8kNqCTJ7ff 2 weeks 2 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow RT : Great to see an integration of otolith chemistry and stable isotopes to investigate salmon migration to high seas a… https://t.co/hc0bNcSPHZ 2 weeks 2 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
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Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow RT : "Sea star die-off led to worrying decline in B.C.'s kelp forest" long-term kelp research by https://t.co/qh2VupQTU1 2 weeks 3 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow RT : Another successful intertidal survey wrapped up on the Central Coast. Always appreciati… https://t.co/YAGPFYHtAX 2 weeks 4 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow RT : Long-term surveys of harvested nori seaweed, often called "black gold" by local communities, is on-going… https://t.co/NuDDfcuKFL 2 weeks 4 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite

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