Author Archives: Kathleen Conlan

In Jassa mating: A thumb matters

Kathleen Conlan writes that after 30 years she’s still captivated by the role of male thumbs in a shrimp-like love story. Continue reading

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Cruising the Globe Undetected

Kathy Conlan reports on the gooey voyages of a tiny global hitchhiker. Continue reading

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Studying the Enriching Effect of Submarine Canyons

Marine biologist Kathy Conlan and her team found 531 species of worms, shrimps, starfishes and more in underwater canyons off Australia. This research helps us understand the importance of such canyons to marine life. Continue reading

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An Exceptional Antarctic Scientist

A privilege to discover the work of eminent scientists. Continue reading

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Bioluminescence: The World of Gollum and Glow-Worms

A fairy cave or the refuge of a monstrous creature? Discover the world of glow-worms. Continue reading

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