Several CCE-LTER participants will be presenting their work at the Ocean Sciences Meeting (OSM) in New Orleans, February 18-23. More information can be found at The OSM website.
A new article by graduate student Dante Capone on the LTER network website highlights CCE-LTER’s research on gelatinous zooplankton.
The LTER Science Council meeting took place at Kellogg Biological Station May 10-12, 2023. Mike Stukel presented a lightning talk on Phase IV of CCE-LTER, which can be viewed here.
Tuesday, June 6, 2023 11:00am; Eckart 227 Lecture Hall. Stephanie Matthews will defend her doctoral dissertation, “Influences of physical dispersal and environmental selection on mesopelagic and epipelagic zooplankton distributions at multiple scales across the North Pacific Ocean.” The public is invited.
CCE will mentor 7 REUs this summer (26 June – 15 Sept) in various labs on the SIO campus. A wide range of research projects will be explored over the 12 week program.
The study, led b CCE-LTER co-PI Mike Stukel, is the first to quantify total carbon sequestration for a major ocean region. Read the full story here.
The deadline for submissions was March 31 2023.
Due to a recent cyberattack, all CCE-LTER affiliated websites are currently unavailable. This includes the Datazoo repository, ZooDB, Zooscan and Brinton and Townsend sites. As an interim alternative, most CCE-LTER data are available at the Environmental Data Initiative (EDI) repository. For easier access, we offer a searchable catalog of all our EDI-archived data at Our temporary data page.