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Lionfish Outcompete the Natives on Coral Reefs

Sunday, May 1st, 2011

To get more information about the F.A.  Gilfillan Memorial Award Lecturer Mark Hixon and his research on Lionfish, please read Nick Houtman’s story Lionfish Outcompete the Natives on Coral Reefs in terra magazine.

Dr. Mark Hixon to give Gilfillan Memorial Award Lecture, Thursday, May 5th

Friday, April 29th, 2011

The National System of Marine Protected Areas

Monday, December 1st, 2008

From News and Communication Services at OSU: “Marine protected areas are parts of the ocean set aside for their conservation value, much like state and national parks,” said Mark Hixon, a professor of marine biology at Oregon State University and chair of the federal advisory committee that helped produce the framework for the national system. […]