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Shark Science Monday: Michelle Heupel discusses the need for lethal shark research

biology, Conservation, marine science, Natural Science, Science, Shark Science Monday, sharksOctober 4, 2010

Last spring, we held an ethical debate focusing on a paper called “Science or Slaughter”. The authors claimed that sometimes it is necessary to kill sharks to answer important scientific questions. One of the authors agreed to be interviewed for Shark Science Monday. Enjoy! As always, feel free to ask questions of the interview subject […]

Shark Science Monday: Eric Clua discusses the economics of shark feeding tourism

Conservation, marine science, Natural Science, Science, Shark Science Monday, sharksSeptember 28, 2010

Continuing the discussion about shark feeding dives started last week by Aleks Maljkovic, Eric Clua discusses the economics of this practice and concludes that a living shark can be worth much more than a dead shark. If you have any questions for me or the subject of this week’s interview, please leave them as comments […]

Introducing Shark Science Monday!

Shark Science Monday

I am proud to introduce a new weekly series of posts- Shark Science Monday! Each Monday, I will post an interview with someone from the world of shark science or conservation. Representatives from more than half a dozen countries are featured, covering topics such as conservation economics, feeding behavior, new species discoveries, policy, ecology, and […]

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