Drew Harvell, Hakai Magazine
In the mid-1980s, Brian Tissot was a graduate student studying black abalone on two islands off the California coast south of San Francisco. He was a dedicated surfer, diver, and adventurer, and looked the parta bearded, tanned, 1980s surfer dude. The initial goal of Tissot’s abalone study was to understand how the shape and size of black abalone shells varied among populations along the west coast.
Original Title: Pathogens Could Remake the Oceans
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