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ANGARI Foundation worked with FAU’s Elasmobranch Research Lab to create its second Generation Ocean film, Generation Ocean: Sharks.
Scientists, an underwater cinematographer, and ANGARI Foundation teamed up to obtain high resolution video of a great hammerhead shark for the purpose of creating 3D models that can be used for science, education and public outreach.
Youth and mentors from the Tri-City Trailblazers team gained hands-on experience with marine science field work led by FIU scientists onboard R/V ANGARI.
Students from the Marine Conservation Club at Wellington Landings Middle School spent the day onboard R/V ANGARI assisting Florida International University (FIU) researchers with shark research and learning about marine science through hands-on activities.
Researchers and citizen scientists spent the day aboard R/V ANGARI conducting shark research offshore Palm Beach County.
During this expedition, R/V ANGARI hosted shark researchers from Florida International University (FIU) and Florida Atlantic University (FAU) for a look at the blacktip shark migration along the cost of Palm Beach County, Florida.
R/V ANGARI served as a support vessel for the filming of National Geographic’s SharkFest special, Forecast: Shark Attack, which aired on Thursday, July 18 at 10 PM ET.
FIU scientists worked with citizen scientists to deploy drum lines, tag sharks and collect plankton from aboard R/V ANGARI.
A group of students and teachers spent the day aboard R/V ANGARI conducting shark research in Palm Beach County alongside scientists from Florida International University.