The role of female cephalopod researchers: past and present

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  1. DWhatley

    DWhatley Cthulhu Staff Member Moderator

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    The role of female cephalopod researchers: past and present
    A. Louise Allcocka, Sigurd von Boletzkyb, Laure Bonnaud-Ponticellic, Norma E. Brunettid, Néstor J. Cazzanigae, Eric Hochbergf, Marcela Ivanovicd, Marek Lipinskig, José E. A. R. Marianh, Chingis Nigmatullini, Marion Nixonj, Jean-Paul Robink, Paul G. K. Rodhousel & Erica A. G. Vidalm 2015 (free pdf)

    I wish they would also do vignettes for an equal number of males and publish in a book but the pdf is free.

     
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    Some researchers still in action that spring to mind: Jean Boal, Jennifer Mather
     

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