The Dr. Earl H. Myers and Ethel M. Myers Oceanographic and Marine Biology Trust has granted CSUMB Applied Marine and Watershed Science Masters student, Jake Cline, a research grant for his work studying the molecular physiology of juvenile rockfish. Jake's work will specifically examine the acute effects of low pH and dissolved oxygen on the molecular physiology of juvenile rockfish (_Sebastes_ spp.)
Each year the trust supports the work of outstanding student researchers in the Monterey Bay Area. The trust was established by the estates of Earl H. Myers, an internationally known oceanographic biologist at Stanford University's Hopkins Marine Station who died in 1975, and his wife and research assistant Ethel M. Myers, who died in 1985.
Congratulations to Jake and to his research advisor, Cheryl Logan!