Can shark appetites undermine the use of descending devices as a conservation strategy? A research team led by one of the scientists who appeared on SHARKFEST, Marcus Drymon of Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant, decided to find out.
Cigarette butts make up 26% of beach trash. Fishing gear doesn’t even make the top ten list.
Over a three-year period, scientists observed 138 species of fish.
1,000 anglers received descending devices to try out for free, and here’s what they thought.
Any level of alcohol intake increases the risk of death on the water.
Many consumers might have enjoyed pangasius without even knowing it.
Using pop-up satellite tags, scientists can get a much better understanding of billfish movement and migration.
New research shows that citizen scientists can collect data and identify sharks with little error.
Research shows the seaweed that distributors use to pack the worms can carry non-native species, which are are harmful to the environment.
Research suggests that state-of-the-art modeling is the key to the automated identification of fish.