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“This is a unique time and we had an opportunity to understand the impact on animals that we otherwise could never get.” 🐳@ucsc researcher Ari Friedlaender used the pandemic to study how noise from human activities impacts whales.— UC Santa Cruz Science (@UCSCscience) June 8, 2021
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🔭 The @NASAWebb telescope, which will replace the famous Hubble, is almost ready to launch! @ucsc astrophysicist @nbatalha is on the #Webb Advisory Committee, and featured in a new documentary on the telescope, "The Hunt for Planet B" https://t.co/mzlbpjaOps— UC Santa Cruz Science (@UCSCscience) February 5, 2021
“Having predators like the sea otter are really important in helping to buffer this ecosystem from change.” 🦦— UC Santa Cruz Science (@UCSCscience) May 10, 2021
Grad student @Smith_JoshuaG speaks with @KPBSnews about the latest @ucsc research on how otters are saving key kelp forests: https://t.co/dhI3cugnLj pic.twitter.com/NU11Wva5Sd
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