Contributing Knowledge One Discovery at a Time

Our staff of scientists and educators serve as contributors to the field of marine science and marine science education. We often collaborate with scholars and scientists around the world in an effort to further grasp the criticality of our ocean and how we can better educate everyone to be stewards of the sea. Below is a sample of some of our published work.

Published Works


Bedore, C. N., Loew, E. R., Frank, T. M., Hueter, R. E., McComb, D. M., & Kajiura, S. M. (2013). A physiological analysis of color vision in batoid elasmobranchs. Journal of Comparative Physiology A, 199(12), 1129-41. doi: 10.1007/s00359-013-0855-1


Jordan, L. K., Madelman, J. W., McComb, D. M., Fordham, S. V., Carlson, J. K., & Werner, T. B. (2013). Linking sensory biology and fisheries bycatch reduction in elasmobranch fishes: a review with new directions for research. Conservation Physiology, 1, 1-20.


Long, C., & Ristvey, J. (2013, July). In Nagib Callaos (Chair). Using virtual classroom: Learning through video analysis to engage educators in meaningful facilitated, online distance learning. Presentation delivered at the 11th international conference on education and information systems, technologies, and applications: EISTA 2013, Orlando, Florida

Long, C., & Arens

Long, C., & Arens, S. (2012, Sep 27). What about science? [Web log message]. Retrieved from


Morris, L., Long, C., & Kissler, J. (2011). A beginning experience: Linking high school biology and mathematics. DIMACS Series in Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science, 76, 113-118.


Engaging Content for Today’s Student

From a full-year of curriculum to one-hour supplemental visual content, we provide a variety of content developed to give students a unique opportunity to participate in scientific inquiry, critical thinking, analyzing and interpreting data, and constructing explanations based on evidence.