About the Marine Sciences and Aquatic Biology collection and support
Our collections in marine sciences and aquatic biology range from early taxonomic descriptions of animals and marine algae to contemporary resources in biodiversity, fisheries, sustainability, and more. We can help you discover materials in our own collections as well as navigate external federated repositories like DataONE and the Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF). For support in finding resources related to oceanography, please see the related guide.
Hopkins Marine Station Student PapersView the collection
From 1963 to 2011, Hopkins Marine Station offered biology courses 175H or 176H. Students in these courses developed and conducted research projects in the area around the station, and the culmination of each of their efforts was a final paper. 672 papers are available online to read and download; additionally, more than four hundred are available on-site.