Author Archives: aquaticbiology

About aquaticbiology

I'm a person from the San Francisco Bay Area. I like reading, the movies, my family, and biology. I think the science blogosphere is really fantastic and this is my blog about aquatic biology and the life sciences - along with digressions into science-art and commentary. Enjoy!

spot the biological content

  POSTSCRIPT: This line is an idea from my favorite book about becoming a biologist, “On Becoming a Biologist,” by John Janovy Jr. He describes how he has his students find biological content in artwork or magazines as a class … Continue reading

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The First Day of the Rest of your Life

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Originally posted on Nothing in Biology Makes Sense!:
A Mexican pupfish, Cyprinodon veronicae One of the central hypotheses about how the diversity of life is generated is known as “adaptive radiation“. This term, popularized by G.G. Simpson in the mid…

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lunch

I like to eat parfaits by the “cat garden,” where CSUF’s feral cats hang out.

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monday

I like to sit where I can see some trees when I read

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Camo!

not just me against the stalls, see if you can find the backpack!

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public domain fish sunday

part of a new series!

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