ANGARI Foundation, in partnership with the University of Florida Thompson Earth Systems Institute's Scientist in Every Florida School program, is pleased to announce the Spring 2021 Ocean Expert Exchange schedule. This semester's presenting scientists hail from Florida International University, the…
Participants gained hands-on field and laboratory experience in oceanographic methods on R/V ANGARI during the 2022 research cruise portion of Oceanography Camp for Girls.
Scientist Annabelle Brooks is a marine ecologist in The Bahamas researching sea turtles, sustainable fisheries and coral reef restoration.
Dr. Craig Dahlgren, Executive Director at Perry Institute for Marine Science, tells us about his research on fisheries and coral reef science in The Bahamas.
Dr. Krista Sherman is a Senior Scientist at Perry Institute for Marine Science telling us about her research on Nassau grouper in The Bahamas.
Peter Chaibongsai discusses billfish and the research, including tag and release efforts, being done to conserve them in support of ocean health and economies.
As part of a long term monitoring program, researchers from NOAA's Coral Reef Conservation Program worked from R/V ANGARI to survey several reef sites around and within Dry Tortugas National Park.
After missing 2020 reef surveys due to COVID-19, Perry Institute for Marine Science scientists were finally able to return to Grand Bahama Island and the Abaco island chain to assess reefs for signs of Stony Coral Tissue Loss Disease (SCTLD) infection and recovery.
Casey Sapp shares his experience developing cutting-edge underwater cameras, including 360, VR and 3D systems, in support of ocean science, awareness and conservation.
Expert panel discussion on blacktip sharks and their annual migration along South Florida's coast. The event purpose is to educate marine science students and the public about sharks at Florida beaches.