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.
Researchers from Florida International University’s Predator Ecology and Conservation Lab led the Shark Conservation Fund Staff and Board on a shark tagging expedition onboard R/V ANGARI in Biscayne Bay, Miami.
Middle school students and teachers from The Benjamin School participate in shark research in the Lake Worth Lagoon with scientists from Florida International University.
Students and teachers from Oxbridge Academy joined scientists from Florida International University for a productive day of shark research in the Lake Worth Lagoon.
Students and teachers from Roosevelt Community Middle School investigated Palm Beach County area marine life with scientists from Florida International University.
Students and teachers from Jupiter Environmental Research and Field Studies Academy joined Florida International University scientists onboard R/V ANGARI for a productive day of shark research.
Oceanic whitetip sharks are top ocean predators with rounded white-tipped fins. They are found offshore in the open sea of deep tropical and subtropical waters.
Candace Fields shares how her work plays a part in the conservation of critically endangered oceanic whitetip sharks.