1. Created by Matt Whalen as he remembers his up close and personal encounter with the jellies of Japan. Soundtrack from SpongeBob SquarePants and Pantera.

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  3. *Voices are quiet, so turn up your volume*

    Methods for making the 'podsicles' (an individual prey glued to a Zostera shoot tied to an acrylic rod) and deploying them in the field.

    Prey include the most common amphipod, isopod, and gastropod species at your field site, as well as a standard prey (dried shrimp) and a mimic (green fuzzy pipe cleaner), with n = 24 for 120 individual podsicles per deployment.

    This experiment should be repeated at least twice, ideally monthly, at each ZEN partner site.

    Each run takes 3 field days: Day 1- collect prey, create podsicles. Day 2- deploy podsicles in the field. Day 3- collect podsicles and quantify prey survivorship.

    See the ZEN 2012 handbook for more details.

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  4. Demonstration of how we sort our mesograzers here at VIMS using the nested sieves. Sieves are stacked from coarsest (top) to finest (bottom).

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