Milton Love
CURRICULUM VITAE

Marine Science Institute
University of California
Santa Barbara, CA 93106
(805) 893-2935
love@lifesci.ucsb.edu



PERSONAL
Date of Birth: 10 March 1947
Place of Birth: Los Angeles, California


EDUCATION
B.A. 1970
Environmental Biology (Honors), University of California, Santa Barbara, California
M.A. 1974
Zoology, University of California, Santa Barbara, California
Ph.D. 1978

Zoology, University of California, Santa Barbara, California


RECENT POSITIONS
2002-present

Research Biologist, Marine Science Institute, University of California, Santa Barbara

1998-2002

Associate Research Biologist, Marine Science Institute, University of California, Santa Barbara

1995-1998

Assistant Research Biologist, Marine Science Institute, University of California, Santa Barbara

1993-present

Science Writer.
Past assignments:

Howard Hall Productions, wrote narrative for PBS special Mountain in the Sea.

Jean-Michel Cousteau Productions, Santa Barbara, CA and Enteractive Media Inc., Washington, D. C.
Co-wrote and edited the CD-ROM Coral Reefs.

MARE (Marine Activities, Resources and Education), Lawrence Hall of Science, University of California, Berkeley.
Wrote teachers' guides to MARE curricula.

MacGillivray Freeman Films, Laguna Beach, CA. Edited company newsletter.

MacGillivray Freeman Films, Laguna Beach, CA. Created the education package for, and assisted in the script of,
the IMAX film The Living Sea.

California Seafood Council, Santa Barbara, CA. Developed elementary school curricula on California fisheries.

2003

Contributor, Fish Facts, Sport Fishing Magazine

1993-1998

Columnist: Dive Travel Magazine, Ocean Realm, Scuba Times

1991-2002

Associate Research Biologist, Marine Science Institute, University of California, Santa Barbara Science Institute.

1985-1991

Assistant Research Biologist, University of California, Santa Barbara, Marine Science Institute

1978-1988 Project Director, VANTUNA Research Group, Occidental College, Los Angeles. Supervised and coordinated research on the population structures, life and diseases of fishes inhabiting reefs and soft substrata.
1976-1978 Sea Grant Trainee, University of California, Santa Barbara."Analysis of the Santa Barbara Inshore Partyboat Sportfishery and Aspects of the Life History of the Olive Rockfish, Sebastes serranoides". Field and lab work.
1976
Associate in Environmental Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara Taught "Introduction to Ecology and Environmental Pollution".
1972-1975 Research Assistant, University of California, Santa Barbara. Lab and field work on life history of the olive rockfish.
1969 Research Assistant, University of California, Santa Barbara. Lab and field work on ecology of Goleta Slough.
1968 Commercial Fisherman, Santa Barbara.

COMMUNITY SERVICE
1998-present
Member, Board of Directors, Pacific Marine Conservation Council


GRANTS/CONTRACTS
Awarded
California Department of Fish and Game
Size and Age of Maturity of California Halibut (Paralichthys californicus)

4/1/87-3/31/88 — $25,000

California Environmental Affairs Agency
Development of a Market and Fishery for the Dogfish Shark, and Aspects of Its Biology
6/1/89-5/31/90 — $63,440

California Environmental Affairs Agency
The Biology and Fishery of the Pacific Hagfish (Eptratretus stouti) off Southern California
6/1/89-5/31/90 — $51,722

California Environmental Affairs Agency
Research into Marketing Under- and Non-utilized Fish Species, with Particular Attention to the Live Fish Market
7/1/90-5/31/91 — $56,045

Minerals Management Service
Effects of OCS Oil and Gas Production Platforms on Rocky Reef Fishes and Fisheries
6/1/90-5/31/91 — $186,245

National Underwater Research Project
Rockfishes of the Northeast Pacific Workshop

12/3/93-12/5/93 — $9,450

National Biological Service
The Ecological Role of Natural Reefs and Oil and Gas Production Platforms on Rocky Reef Fishes in Southern California.
6/1/95-5/30/98 – $1,094,481

Biological Resources Division, U. S. Geological Survey
The Ecological Role of Natural Reefs and Oil and Gas Production Platforms on Rocky Reef Fishes in Southern California.
6/1/98-9/30/98 — $175,000

Biological Resources Division, U. S. Geological Survey
The Ecological Role of Natural Reefs and Oil and Gas Production Platforms on Rocky Reef Fishes in Southern California.
10/1/98-9/30/99 — $470,000

Biological Resources Division, U. S. Geological Survey
The Ecological Role of Natural Reefs and Oil and Gas Production Platforms on Rocky Reef Fishes in Southern California.
10/1/99-12/31/00 – $449,569

Biological Resources Division, U. S. Geological Survey
The Ecological Role of Natural Reefs and Oil and Gas Production Platforms on Rocky Reef Fishes in Southern California.
6/1/00-6/30/01 — $351,331

National Marine Fisheries Service
Identifying habitat areas of particular concern to assist in rebuilding the bocaccio population off central and southern California
2000-2001 — $49,475

Sea Grant
Linking early fish growth and transport to circulation using otolith microstructure and microchemistry
2001-2002 — $95,000

California Artificial Reef Enhancement Program
Creating an Artificial Reef Database Website

2001-2002 — $71,000

Sea Grant
Creating an Internet-accessible Video Library of Pacific Coast Fishes
2002 — $9,600

Biological Resources Division, U. S. Geological Survey
The Ecological Role of Natural Reefs and Oil and Gas Production Platforms on Rocky Reef Fishes in Southern California.
2001-2002 — $125,000

California Artificial Reef Enhancement Program
The Ecological Role of Natural Reefs and Oil and Gas Production Platforms on Rocky Reef Fishes in Southern California.
2001-2002 — $300,000

Packard Foundation
A Fish and Habitat Survey Essential to the Rebuilding of Overfished Groundfish Populations along the West Coast of North America
2002-2003 — $250,000

TEACHING — UCSB and OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE
1979-1981 Occidental College, Instructor, Ichthyology
1985-1988 UCSB, Lecturer, Zoology 105, Biology of Fishes; Biology 105, Aquaculture.
1995 UCSB, Lecturer, Zoology 161, Fishes.
1996
UCSB, Lecturer, EEMB 161, Fishes.

PAPERS PRESENTED

Annual Meeting of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists - “Isolation of Olive Rockfish Populations in Southern California.” June 1980.

American Fisheries Society - “Aspects of the Life History of the White Croaker, Genyonemus lineatus.” January 1980.

West Coast Groundfish Conference - “Biology and Fishery of the White Croaker, Genyonemus lineatus.” January 1984.

West Coast Groundfish Conference - “A Summary of Knowledge of Rockfish Movements.” January 1986.

West Coast Biological Station, Nanaimo, British Columbia - “The Effectiveness of the Fish Diversion System of the San Onofre Nuclear Generating System.” May 1986.

West Coast Groundfish Conference - “Aspects of the Life Histories of 19 Species of Rockfish (Sebastes spp.). February 1989.

Minerals Management Service - “Status of Knowledge of Fishes Living Around Offshore Oil Platforms Off Southern California.” March 1989.

Joint U.S.- Japan Symposium on the Early Life History of Rockfishes - “Life History of Benthic Juvenile Rockfishes.” June 1989.

Minerals Management Service - “Techniques for estimating fish populations around oil platforms.” March 1991.

Minerals Management Service - “Effects of offshore platforms on local fisheries.” June 1991.

Joint Conference American Fisheries Society, Cal-Neva and Humboldt Chapters -"Wake-Up Lecture for Fisheries Nerds". March 1994.

West Coast Groundfish Conference - "What we did on our fall vacation." January 1996.

Minerals Management Service - “Fish communities of California offshore platforms.” March 1997.

Minerals Management Service - California State Lands Commission, Decommissioning and Removal of Oil and Gas Facilities Offshore California - “Recreational Fisheries”. September 1997.

West Coast Groundfish Conference - “More fun in the little yellow submarine”. February 1998.

Living Marine Resources of California Conference, UCLA - “Evidence for decline in rockfish populations in the southern California Bight”. April 1998.

California Islands Symposium - “Fishes of the mussel mounds of production platforms of southern and central California”. March 1999.

Pacific Section Convention, American Association of Petroleum Geologists - “What we know about fish assemblages around the deepwater production platforms of southern and central California”. April 1999.

International Artificial Reef Symposium, San Remo, Italy - “Summary of work on fishes around California offshore oil platforms”. October 1999.

California State Lands Commission, Rigs to Reef Workshop - “Fish assemblages of production platforms”. December 1999.

Coalition for Enhanced Marine Resources - Discussion of platform animals assemblages.
April 2000.

West Coast Groundfish Conference, Sitka, Alaska - “Five years of fun in the little yellow submarine, now it can be told”. May 2000.

Ichthyology and Herpetology Conference, La Paz - “Fish assemblages on deepwater habitats off southern and Central California”. June 2000.

American Fisheries Society, Southern Division - “Oil platforms as fish habitat”. February 2001.

Monterey Bay Aquarium, Saving Our Seas Forum - “Rockfish at Risk”. April 2001.

California Artificial Reef Enhancement Program workshop - “Fish Assemblages of southern California oil platforms”, November 2002.

National Marine Fisheries Service, Alaska Fisheries Center, Seattle, Washington - “Oil platforms as fish habitat”, January 2003.

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Silver Springs, Maryland - “Oil platforms as fish habitat”, March 2003.

Department of Commerce, Washington, D. C. - “Oil platforms as fish habitat”, March 2003.

World Wildlife Fund - “Oil platforms as fish habitat”, March 2003.


PUBLICATIONS
Books
1971
Cailliet, G.M., P.Y. Setzer and M. Love. Everyman's guide to ecological living. New York: MacMillan, 119 pp.
1979

Love, M. and G.M. Cailliet. Readings in ichthyology. Santa Monica, CA: Goodyear Publishing Company, 525 pp.

1986
Cailliet, G.M., M. Love and A.W. Ebeling. Fishes: a field and laboratory manual on their structure, identification, and natural history. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Press, 194 pp.
1991

Love, M. Probably more than you want to know about the fishes of the Pacific Coast. Santa Barbara, CA: Really Big Press, 226 p.

1996

Love, M. Probably more than you want to know about the fishes of the Pacific Coast. 2nd Ed. Santa Barbara, CA: Really Big Press, 335 p.

2002

The rockfishes of the northeast Pacific. University of California Press.


VIDEOS
1999

The common rockfishes of California. Pacific Marine Conservation Council and Biological Resources Division, U. S. Geological Survey.


CD-ROM
1995

Jean-Michel Cousteau's World. Vol. 1. Cities under the sea - corals reefs. Jean- Michel Cousteau Productions, Santa Barbara, CA and Enteractive Media Inc., Washington, D. C.


ARTICLES: Technical
1974 Love, M. and R. Lee. 1974. New geographic and bathymetric records for fish from southern California. Calif. Fish Game 60:212-216.
1975 Moser, M. and M. Love. Henneguya sebasta sp. n. (Protozoa, Myxosporida) from California rockfish, Sebastes spp. J. Parasitol. 61:481-483.
1976

Moser, M., M. Love and L. Jensen. Myxosporida (Protozoa in California rockfish, Sebastes spp. J. Parasitol. 62:690-692.
Love, M. and M. Moser. Davisia reginae sp. n. (Protozoa, Myxosporida) from four California marine fish. J. Parasitol. 62:982-983.

1978

Love, M. and M. Moser. Common parasites of California marine fish. Calif. Dept. Fish Game, Mar. Res. Leaflet 10.
Love, M. and A. Ebeling. Food and habitat of three "switch-feeding" fishes in the kelp forests of Santa Barbara, California. Fish. Bull U.S. 76:257-271.
Love, M. and R. Larson. Geographic variation in the occurrence of tympanic spines and possible genetic differentiation in the kelp rockfish (Sebastes atrovirens). Copeia (1):53-59.

1980 Love, M. Isolation of olive rockfish, Sebastes serranoides, populations off southern California. Fish. Bull. U.S. 77:975-983.
1981

Love, M. Evidence of movements of some deepwater rockfishes (Scorpaenidae: genus Sebastes) off southern California. Calif. Fish Game 67:246-249.
Love, M. and W. Westphal. Growth, reproduction and food habits of olive rockfish, Sebastes serranoides, off central California. Fish. Bull. U.S. 79:533-545.
Love, M., D. Teebken-Fisher, J.E. Hose, J.J. Farmer III, F.W. Hickman and G.R. Fanning. Vibrio damsela, a marine bacterium, causes skin ulcers on the damselfish, Chromis punctipinnis. Science 214:1139-1140.
Love, M. and W. Westphal. A correlation between annual catches of Dungeness crab, Cancer magister, along the west coast of North America and mean annual sunspot number. Fish. Bull. U.S. 80:794-796.

1983

Love, M. and M. Moser. A checklist of parasites of California, Oregon and Washington marine and estuarine fishes. NMFS Tech. Rept. SSRF-777, 576 pp.

1984

Love, M., K. Shriner and P. Morris. Parasites of olive rockfish Sebastes serranoides (Scorpaenidae) off central California. Fish. Bull. U.S. 82:530-537.
Love, M., G. McGowen, W. Westphal, R. Lavenberg and L. Martin. Aspects of the life history and fishery of the white croaker, Genyonemus lineatus. Fish. Bull. U.S. 82:179-198.

1985

Stephens, J.S., Jr., P.A. Morris, K. Zerba and M. Love. Factors affecting fish diversity on a temperate reef II: The fish assemblages of Palos Verdes Point, 1974-1981. Env. Biol. Fish. 11:259-275.
Love, M., W. Westphal and R.A. Collins. Distributional patterns of fishes captured aboard commercial passenger fishing vessels along the northern Channel Islands, California. Fish. Bull. U.S. 83:243-251.

1986

Love, M., J.S. Stephens, Jr., P.A. Morris, M.M. Singer, M. Sandhu and T. Sciarrotta. Inshore soft substrata fishes in the Southern California Bight, an overview. CalCOFI Rpt. 27:84-106.

1987

Love, M., B. Axell, P. Morris, R. Collins and A. Brooks. Life history and fishery of the California scorpionfish, Scorpaena guttata, within the Southern California Bight. Fish. Bull. U.S. 85:99-116.

1988

Stephens, J.S., Jr., J.E. Hose and M. Love. Fish assemblages as indicators of environmental changes in nearshore environments. In: Marine organisms as indicators, D.S. Soule and G.S. Kleppel, eds. , Springer Verlag, New York, pp. 91-106.

1989

Love, M., M. Sandhu, J. Stein, K.T. Herbison, R.H. Moore, M. Mullin and J.S. Stephens, Jr. An analysis of fish diversion efficiency and survivorship at the San Onofre nuclear generating station fish return system. NMFS Tech. Rept. 76. 16 p.

1990

Love, M. and A. Brooks. Size and age at first maturity of the California halibut, Paralichthys californicus, in the Southern California Bight. pp. 167-174 In: C.W. Haugen (ed)., The California halibut, Paralichthys californicus, resource and fisheries. Calif. Dept. Fish Game, Fish Bull. 174.
Love, M., P. Morris, M. McCrae and R. Collins. Life history aspects of 19 rockfish species (Scorpaenidae: Sebastes) from the Southern California Bight. NMFS Tech. Rept. 87, 38 pp.
Love, M. and W. Westphal. A comparison of fishes taken by a sportfishing party vessel around oil platforms and adjacent natural reefs near Santa Barbara, California. Fish. Bull. U.S. 88:599-605.

1991

Love, M., M. Carr and L. Haldorson. The ecology of substrate-associated juveniles of the genus Sebastes. Env. Biol. Fish. 30:225-243.
Boehlert, G.W., M. Love, J. Wourms and J. Yamada. A summary of the symposium on rockfishes and recommendations for future research. Env. Biol. Fish. 30:273-280.
Haldorson, L. and M. Love. Maturity and fecundity in the rockfishes, Sebastes spp. Mar. Fish. Rev. 53(2):25-31.

1992

Love, M. California scorpionfish; Blackgill rockfish. In: Leet, W., C.M. Dewees and C.W. Haugen (eds.). California Living Marine Resources and Their Utilization. Davis, California: University of California Sea Grant Extension Program.
Yoklavich, M.M., H.G. Greene, G. Moreno, G.M. Cailliet, D. Sullivan, D. Watters, M. Love. The importance of small-scale refugia to deepwater rockfishes (Sebastes spp) - A pilot study in Soquel Canyon, Monterey, CA. EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, 052A-01.

1994

Cailliet, G. M., L. Ferry, M. S. Love and B. M. Leaman. Report on aging and senescence in fishes. Moss Landing Marine Laboratories.
Love, M., J. Hyland, A. Ebeling, T. Herrlinger, A. Brooks and E. Imamura. A pilot study of the distribution and abundance of rockfishes in relation to natural environmental factors and an offshore oil and gas production platform off the coast of Southern California. Bull. Mar. Sci. 55:1062-1085.

1995

Allen, L. G., T. E. Hovey, M. S. Love and J. T. W. Smith. The life history of the spotted sand bass (Paralabrax maculatofasciatus) within the southern California Bight. CalCOFI Rpt. 36:193-203.

1996

Love, M. S., A. Brooks, D. Busatto, J. Stephens and P. A. Gregory. Aspects of the life histories of the kelp bass and barred sand bass (Paralabrax clathratus and P. nebulifer) from the southern California Bight. Fish. Bull. 94:472-481.
Love, M. S., A. Brooks and J. R. Ally. An analysis of commercial passenger fishing vessel fisheries for kelp bass and barred sand bass in the southern California Bight. Calif. Fish Game. 82:105-121.

1997

Love, M. S. and R. Lea. Range extension of the quillback rockfish, Sebastes maliger, to the southern California Bight. Calif. Fish Game. 83:78-83.

1998

Love, M. S., J. Caselle and K. Herbinson. Declines in nearshore rockfish recruitment and populations in the southern California Bight as measured by impingement rates in coastal electrical generating stations. Fish. Bull. 96:492-501.
Love, M. S., J. Caselle and W. Van Buskirk. A severe decline in the commercial passenger fishing vessel rockfish (Sebastes spp.) catch in the southern California Bight, 1980-1996. CalCOFI Rept. 39:180-195.
Love, M. S. and K. Johnson. Aspects of the life histories of the grass rockfish (Sebastes rastrelliger) and brown rockfish (S. auriculatus) from southern California. Fish. Bull. 87:100-109.

1999

Love, M. S., J. Caselle and L. Snook. Fish assemblages on mussel mounds surrounding seven oil platforms in the Santa Barbara Channel and Santa Maria Basin. Bull. Mar. Sci. 65:497-513.
Love, M. S., M. Nishimoto, D. Schroeder, and J. Caselle. 1999. The ecological role of natural reefs and oil and gas production platforms on rocky reef fishes in Southern California. Final Interim Report. OCS Study MMS 99-0015.

2000

Love, M. S., J. E. Caselle and L. Snook. Fish assemblages around seven oil platforms in the Santa Barbara Channel. Fish. Bull. 98:96-117.
Parker, S. J., S. A. Berkeley, J. T. Golden, D. R. Gunderson, J. Heifetz, M. A. Hixon, R. Larson, B. M. Leaman, M. S. Love, J. A. Musick, V. M. OíConnell, S. Ralston, H. J. Weeks, and M. M. Yoklavich. Management of Pacific rockfish. Fisheries 25(3):22-30.
Yoklavich, M. M., G. H. Greene, G. Cailliet, D. Sullivan, R. N. Lea and M. S. Love. Habitat associations of deep-water rockfishes in a submarine canyon: An example of a natural refuge. Fish. Bull. 98:625-641.

2001

De Wett-Oleson, K. and M. Love. Observations of cleaning behavior of giant kelpfish, Heterostichus rostratus, island kelpfish, Alloclinus holderi, bluebanded goby, Lythrypnus dalli, and kelp bass, Paralabrax clathratus, on giant sea bass, Stereolepis gigas. Calif. Fish Game 87:87-92.
Love, M. 2001. Bank rockfish, blackgill rockfish, California scorpionfish, olive rockfish. In Leet, W.S., C.M. Dewees, R. Klingbeil, and E. Larson (eds.). California's Living Marine Resources: A Status Report. California Department of Fish and Game. 592 pp.
Love, M. S., M. Nishimoto, and Donna Schroeder. The ecological role of natural reefs and oil and gas production platforms on rocky reef fishes in southern California 1998- 1999 Survey Report. OCS Study MMS 2001-028.

2002

Caselle, J. E., Love, M. S., Fusaro, C., and Schroeder, D. 2002. Trash or habitat? Fish assemblages on offshore oilfield seafloor debris in the Santa Barbara Channel, California. ICES Journal of Marine Science. 59:S258-S265.

2003 Love, M. S., D. M. Schroeder, and M. M. Nishimoto. 2003. The ecological role of oil and gas production platforms and natural outcrops on fishes in southern and central California: a synthesis of information. U. S. Department of the Interior, U. S. Geological Survey, Biological Resources Division, Seattle, Washington, 98104, OCS Study MMS 2003-032.

ARTICLES
: General
1979

Love, M. Guests and hosts. Nat. Hist. 88(6):84.

1980

Love, M. The alien strategy. Nat. Hist. 89(5):30-32.

1980

Love, M. Oh sex, where is thy sting? Nat. Hist. 89(11):26-28.

1981

Love, M. With a little help from my friends. Nat. Hist. 90(11):16-19.

1981

Love, M. Poem. No paean. J. Amer. Med. Assoc. 245:1668.

1982

Love, M. Once upon a time. New Sci. 93:391.

1982

Love, M. A rose by any other name. New Sci. 94:431-432.

1982

Love, M. The mass media science show. New Sci. 96:851.

1983

Love, M. Scientific promotions (inc.). New Sci. 97-673.

1983

Love, M. Never cross a potential reviewer. New Sci. 98:158.

1983

Love, M. Rampant scientists. New Sci. 99:806.

1983

Love, M. Incompatible relations. New Sci. 100:41.

1983

Love, M. Small relationships. New Sci. 100:680.

1984

Love, M. Hairy chested earwig story. New Sci. 101:32-33.

1984

Love, M. Taken to exitus. New Sci. 101:48-49.

1984

Love, M. Mother Nature's gardeners. New Sci. 101:36-37.

1984

Love, M. Eat, drink, and be sad. New Sci. 103:50-51.

1984

Love, M. The public face of science. New Sci. 103:31.

1984

Love, M. Survival of the smartest. New Sci. 104:44.

1989

Love, M. Symbiosis. Ocean Realm. Summer, p. 47-52.

1989

Love, M. Camouflage. Ocean Realm. Fall, p. 49-57.

1990

Love, M. Sex in the sea. Ocean Realm. Spring, p. 60-67.

1990

Love, R.M. Marine parenting. Ocean Realm. Summer, p. 40-43.

1990

Love, R.M. Cleaning stations. Ocean Realm. Fall, p. 68-72.

1991

Love, R.M. Love’s way. Ocean Realm. Winter, p. 16-17.

1991

Love, R.M. Kelp canopies. Ocean Realm. Spring, p. 48-51.

1991

Love, R.M. Asteroids, stars of the sea. Ocean Realm. Summer, p. 27-31.

1991

Love, R.M. Things I bet you don’t know about marine migration. Ocean Realm. Fall, p. 97-101.

1992

Love, R.M. Living shells, jewels of the sea. Ocean Realm. January, p. 67-73.

1992

Love, R.M. Marine bioluminescence. Ocean Realm. July/August, p. 54-59.

1992

Love, R.M. Nudibranchs. Ocean Realm. October, p. 61-71.

1992

Love, R.M. Frogfish. Ocean Realm. December, p. 41-43.

1993

Love, R.M. Sponges get no respect. Ocean Realm, February, p. 58-67.

1993

Love, R.M. Venomous fishes. Ocean Realm, April, p. 70-78.

1993

Love, R.M. Urchins. Ocean Realm, July, p. 80-87.

1993

Love, R.M. Living arrangements in the sea. Ocean Realm, September, p. 44-51.

1993

Love, R.M. and T. Thys. Molas. Ocean Realm, November, p. 43-47.

1994

Love, R. M. That naughty El Nino. Ocean Realm, April, p. 9.

1994

Love, R. M. Mangroves. Ocean Realm, April, p. 68-73.

1994

Love, R. M. Jellyfish. Ocean Realm, June, p. 68-75.

1994

Love, M. Creature Feature: Mola mola. Dolphin Log, July, p. 12-13.

1994

Love, R. M. Squid. Ocean Realm, September, p. 50-56.

1994

Love, R. M. Synchronicity. Ocean Realm, November, p. 49-51.

1995

Love, R. M. Decorator crabs. Ocean Realm, February, p. 50-55.

1995

Love, M. A Sea of Energy-Savers and Recyclers. Dolphin Log, March, p. 4-5.

1995

Love, M. Cool Blue Shark. Dolphin Log, March, p. 12-13.

1995

Love, M. The Strange Ways of Nature. Calypso Log, April, p. 17-19.

1995

Love, R. M. Sea Snakes. Ocean Realm, April, p. 48-56.

1995

Love, M. The Frogfish. Dolphin Log, May, p. 12-13.

1995

Love, M. Sponge Scene. Dolphin Log, July, p. 12-13.

1995

Love, M. The Case of the Piscine Proteus. Dive Travel, Fall, p. 15-16.

1995

Love, M. Yikes, Spikes! Dolphin Log, September, p. 12-13.

1995

Love, R. M. Weird and wonderful sand creatures. Ocean Realm, September p. 48-63.

1996

Love, M. Look for the tattoo. Dive Travel, Winter, p. 12-14.

1996

Love, M. High-flying Hawkfishes. Dolphin Log, January, p. 12-13.

1996

Love, R. M. Strange and Startling Stingers in the Sea. Ocean Realm, January, p. 40-55.

1996

Love, M. Sex! Sex! Dive Travel, Spring 1996, p. 10-14.

1996

Love, M. What a mouthful! Dolphin Log, March, p. 4-5.

1996.

Love, M. Hey, squirt! Dolphin Log, March, p. 12-13.

1996

Love, M. More than most people know-or maybe want to know-but should know about the uses of algae. Ocean Realm, March/April, p. 32-35.

1996

Love, M. Dolphins sound off. Dolphin Log, May, p. 12-13.

1996

Love, M. Otters suck. Dive Travel, Summer, p. 18, 20.

1996

Love, M. Coral, itís whatís inside that counts. Dolphin Log, July, p. 12-13.

1996

Love, M. Look, donít touch! pufferfish. Dolphin Log, September, p. 12-13.

1996

Love, M. Scorpionfish and space aliens. Dive Travel, Fall, p. 16-17.

1997

Love, M. Things we all should know. Dive Travel, Winter, p. 16.

1997

Love, M. Ooh, orca! Dolphin Log, January, p. 12-13.

1997

Love, M. The stuff bass, and other fishes. Dive Travel, Spring, p. 20.

1997

Love, M. Hammerhead sharks, full speed ahead. Dolphin Log, March, p. 12-13.

1997

Love, M. Those lovable oil platforms. Dive Travel, May/June, p. 20.

1997

Love, M. Just stop it! Dive Travel, July/August, p. 18.

1997

Love, M. Eels! Dolphin Log, September, p. 12-13.

1997

Love, M. Peces Sapos. Mundo Marino, November/December, p. 4-9.

1997

Love, M. Think pink! Dolphin Log, November, p. 12-13.

1998

Love, M. Gray whales. Dolphin Log, January, p. 12-13.

1998

Love, M. Marine extinctions. Dive Travel, January/February, p. 22.

1998

Love, M. Not just for dishes. Dive Travel, March/April, p. 22.

1998

Love, M. Crustaceans. Dolphin Log, March, p. 12-13.

1998

Love, M. Of rockfish and commies. Dive Travel, May/June, p. 28.

1998

Love, M. Clams. Dolphin Log, July, p. 12-13.

1998

Love, M. Tide Pools. Discover Diving 16(5):66-69.

1998

Love, M. Octopi! Dolphin Log, November, p. 8-9.

1999

Love, M. Bare knuckle barnacles, Scuba Times, p. 90.

1999

Love, M. Wow, the walrus. Dolphin Log, January, p. 6-7.

2000

Love, M. Cleaners. Dolphin Log, March, p. 8-9.

2000

Love, M. Pinnipeds. Calypso Log. April, p. 7-9.

2000

Love, M. Crabs. Dolphin Log, May, p. 10-13.

2001

Love, M. Megamouth. Dolphin Log, February, p. 5-7.

2001

Love, M. Tiny terrors of the sea. Dolphin Log, March/April, p. 10-11.

2001

Love, M. Rockfishes. Dolphin Log, May/June, p. 8-9.

2002 Love, M. Giant Groupers, January/February, p. 12-13.
2002 Love, M. Sea Sponges, March/April, p. 8-9.