Imagine Magazine - Johns Hopkins - January/February 2011 - (Page 18)

Lies Venus flytrap anemone (Actinoscyphia ( sp.), photographed in the Gulf of Mexico What •A new species, this blind lobster with bizarre chelipeds belongs to the rare genus Thaumastochelopsis. The lobster was given the scientific name Dinochelus ausubeli—derived from the Greek dinos, meaning terrible and fearful, chela, meaning claw, and ausubeli, honoring Jesse Ausubel. Beneath by Amy Entwisle PHOTO CREDITS, CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: TIM-YAM CHAN, KEvIN RASKOFF, KIM REISENBICHLER, KAREN GOWLETT-HOLMES interview with Jesse Ausubel Co-founder, Census of Marine life Vampyroteuthis, or vampire squid, is , a cephalopod that lives in the oxygen minimum zone of Monterey Bay, California, at depths of 600-900 meters –

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Imagine Magazine - Johns Hopkins - January/February 2011

Imagine Magazine - Johns Hopkins - January/february 2011
Big Picture
In My Own Words
Becoming Environmentally Eloquent
Bacteria vs. Polystyrene: Getting the Toxins Out
Feat of Clay
What Lies Beneath
Clean & Green?
Ocean Embrace
Selected Opportunities & Resources
Making the Most of Public School
Word Wise
One Step Ahead
Exploring Career Options
Off the Shelf
Planning Ahead for College
Students Review
Creative Minds Imagine
Mark Your Calendar
Knossos Games

Imagine Magazine - Johns Hopkins - January/February 2011