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Atlantic spotted dolphins live in the Atlantic ocean and the Gulf of Mexico. They are born without any spots and gain them as they age.
Thirteen educators from Florida and beyond boarded R/V ANGARI to experience marine science research first-hand as part of our Coastal Ocean Explorers: Sharks program in partnership with Florida International University.
Dr. Lapointe will share his work on the Great Atlantic Sargassum Belt in the tropical Atlantic Ocean that is the source of Sargassum impacting the Caribbean region since 2011.
Sara Casareto discusses the complex role sharks play in marine ecosystems, and how this influences management and conservation.
Dr. Brunnick shares her career studying dolphins, as well as details of the research being done under The Palm Beach Dolphin Project.
The regal sea goddess nudibranch is a marine gastropod found in the Gulf of Mexico and can be identified by the extremely colorful patterns.
Scientist Neil Hammerschlag is a marine ecologist and shark researcher based out of Nova Scotia, Canada. He is the owner and president of Atlantic Shark Expeditions, a new organization dedicated to providing unparalleled opportunities for the public.
South Florida Teachers taking part in the University of Florida Thompson Earth Systems Institute’s Environmental Education Fellowship learned about and participated in shark research offshore Miami with scientists from Florida International University.
Sara Casareto is a Ph.D. candidate in the Marine Community and Behavioral Ecology Lab at Florida International University, looking at the different factors that may affect the behavior and decision making of juvenile sharks in coastal waters.