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It Is Always Good To Have A Different Background From Time To Time, Blue Is A Favorite But Green Can Be Amazing. PC: Fabian Navarrete

Scientist Valeria Pizarro

Dr. Valeria Pizarro is a marine scientist at Perry Institute for Marine Science telling us about her research on Stony Coral Tissue Loss Disease that is affecting Caribbean corals.
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I Set Baited Remote Underwater Video Stations (BRUVS) In The Maldives To Assess Reef Shark Abundance As Part Of The Global FinPrint Project. PC: Khadeeja Ali

Scientist Gina Clementi

Gina Clementi is a marine scientist who specializes in the ecology and conservation of marine predators. Her research uses non-invasive methods such as baited remote underwater videos, environmental DNA and active acoustics.
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I Am An Integrative Biologist And Innovator Interested In The Evolution And Ecology Of Animal Athletics, And How Biological Form Informs Synthetic Design.

Scientist Duncan Irschick

Dr. Duncan Irschick is the co-founder and director of Digital Life and a professor at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. He is telling us about his research on evolution and ecology of animal athletics, and how biological form informs synthetic design.
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I Am An Associate Professor At The University Of South Florida College Of Marine Science.

Scientist Tim Conway

Tim Conway is a chemical oceanographer and an associate professor at the University of South Florida College of Marine Science. He is telling us about his research on cycling of trace metals: iron, zinc, nickel, and cadmium in the oceans.
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Here I Am Holding The Jaws Of A 19.5-foot White Shark, Carcharodon Carcharias, While Visiting The Collection Of Dr. Gordon Hubbell.

Scientist Josh Moyer

Josh Moyer is a lecturer at Yale and a resident research scientist at the Atlantic Shark Institute. He is telling us about his research on sharks, ratfish, skates and rays and the importance of shark bite data.
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I Am A Marine Biologist And My Work Has Focused Primarily On South Florida And Caribbean Ecosystem Management And Conservation.

Scientist Nicole Besemer

Nicole Besemer is a marine biologist at NOAA. Her research investigates how ocean acidification and climate change affect coral reefs in South Florida and the Caribbean.
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