Photographs & Videos

Many photographs from the lab and field can be found on the Bolnick Lab Flikr site

For Videos, visit the Bolnick Lab Youtube channel

Also, check out:

 the HHMI-produced video about our field work

and

A video about Dan Bolnick, made for The Academy of Medicine Engineering and Science of Texas, Edith and Peter O’Donnell Award

 

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Winter collecting trip
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In Grey Lake, Vancouver Island
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A stickleback embryo
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Collaborators Katie Peichel and Andrew Hendry trying to figure out a research puzzle. Standing on the (backs) of giants.
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Evening storm on Roberts Lake, BC

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Undergrad Cole Thompson cooling off after a day of field work.
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Rain on the surface of Browns Bay Lake
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Rain falling on the water, as seen from underwater.
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12,000 year-old stickleback bones did not contain ancient DNA, as far as we could tell. Oh well.
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Undergraduate Claire Patenia on Blackwater Lake
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Experimental cage in Lower Stella Lake, 2008
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Schistocephalus solidus tapeworms can be as long, or longer, than the stickleback carrying them. Bon appetite!
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A fish and its worms
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Cluxewe Estuary.
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Minnow traps
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Stella Lake campsite, with some of the 2013 research crew – Brian Lohman, Rebecca Izen, Yoel Stuart, Cole Thompson
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Postdoc Yoel Stuart learning to use the spectrophotometer on Roberts lake.
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A nesting male. Note the almost complete lack of nupital color,
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Searching for nesting males
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The 2011 snorkeler crew
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Stickleback Evolution.
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3D printed plastic model stickleback, used in a field experiment testing for male aggression against conspecific intruders.
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On Lee Lau (lab tech 2005-2007) and Travis Ingram (grad student at UBC, postdoc in 2013) first met doing field work with me, and are now married & living in New Zealand.
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Searching for nesting fish (Will Stutz)
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Roberts Lake is where we stay most summers. Very photogenic.
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Experimental cages in Blackwater Lake
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A microCT scan of a stickleback

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Dangling a 3-D printed male (blue object middle/right) into a nesting male’s territory (below & left of model), observed by GoPro.
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A cage in Cedar Lake, BC, 2015, photographed by drone.
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The dock on Roberts lake
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A fossil stickleback. We don’t study these, but they are cool!
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Eric Caldera on a day-off hike in central Vancouver Island (Strathcona Park).
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Dock on Roberts Lake
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Sunset from Rebecca Spit, Quadra Island.
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Roberts lake: Still photogenic.
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Quadra Island.
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Schistocephalus solidus tapeworms in the lab.
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Postdoc Natalie Steinel pointing out a feature of an infected stickleback.
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A quartz spear point found on a beach in BC.
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Intraspecific polymorphism.
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Ormond Lake, BC
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Moonrise on Roberts lake.
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The lab canoe.
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Walking on water.
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The inlet stream into Blackwater Lake, where we discovered a genetic cline spanning just a few meters, maintained by non-random dispersal of phenotypes.

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It rains sometimes when we do field work. We don’t mind, it is lovely there…
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Sunset on Woss Lake
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Sunset on Woss Lake
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Hand collecting stickleback
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Drone view of Gosling Lake. An experiment, with 40 cages, is on the right.
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Ormond and Dugout lake (far and near basins) exhibit divergent natural selection but strong gene flow between the fish populations.
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2013 field crew, day off in Strathcona.
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Andrew Hendry trying out one of our boats.
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Undergrad Amy Doan is amazed by the size of that male’s clutch of eggs.



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