Congratulations to collaborator, Dan Weaver for being featured on the cover of River Research and Applications for his paper Subsidies from anadromous sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus) carcasses function as a reciprocal nutrient exchange between marine and freshwaters, https://doi.org/10.1002/rra.3291. The research also featured Hamish and regular Greig lab collaborators Joe Zydlewski, Steve Coghlan, and Amanda Klemmer.
Photo credit: Daniel Weaver, University of Maine
New paper in River Research and Applications: Lamprey as a reciprocal nutrient exchange between marine and freshwater ecosystems
Photo: Angus McIntosh, University of Canterbury