Guaymas, Mexico. The most fun (and interesting) part of this trip was definitely the 4th annual Squid Festival on the waterfront in Guaymas.
In the "A Most Amazing Squid Tale, Part 2 of 9", emma sent in this question in the comment section:
Guaymas, Mexico. [ed. note – the author is Ashley Booth, Bill Gilly’s Lab Tech. Here's her account of the last leg of their squid expedition.]
[ed. note -- Stanford University graduate student Danna Shulman accompanied Bill Gilly on the squid expedition. She's studying the early life stages of the amazing Humboldt squid.
Aboard the R/V Pacific Storm, San Carlos, Baja California Sur, Mexico.
Aboard the R/V Pacific Storm, Santa Rosalia, Baja California Sur, Mexico.
Aboard the Pacific Storm, near Santa Rosalia, Baja California Sur -- Let's call this posting : Now you see them, now you don't.
Off the coast of San Carlos, Sonora, Mexico. For the acoustics work, we suspended one live squid at a time beneath the vessel in a custom-designed harness re
We’re in Guaymas, Mexico, for three weeks of squid tagging. (That's me, fishing for the elusive humboldt squid). And acoustic testing. (More on that in the next posting.)
Procedures work but squid grow slim and a paradox is reinforced. Off the coast of San Carlos, Sonora, Mexico.