Thursday Afternoon Dredging: February 16th, 2017

UncategorizedFebruary 16, 2017 • 1~2 min read • 0

Cuttings (short and sweet): Watch cownose rays migrate past Destin, Florida, filmed by a parasailer Follow Abby Lawson, a Ph.D. candidate researching alligators, on twitter! Debunking myths about ocean garbage patches. From the NOAA restoration blog What does BREXIT mean for UK fishing rights? By Daniel Boffey, for the Guardian

Thursday Afternoon Dredging: January 19th, 2017

Thursday Afternoon DredgingJanuary 19, 2017 • 1~2 min read • 0

Cuttings (short and sweet): Watch this basking shark breach! Follow GreatLakesCisco, a freshwater fish restoration citizen science project run by Ph.D. student Ellen George, on twitter! Remember when 2014 was the hottest year on record? Then 2015? Now it’s 2016. By Brad Plumer, for Vox. Dozens of false killers whales mysteriously strand in the Everglades. By […]

Thursday Afternoon Dredging: December 29th, 2016

Thursday Afternoon DredgingDecember 29, 2016 • 2~3 min read

Cuttings (short and sweet): Watch how slowly this Greenland shark swims, from a NOAA Okeanos video. These sharks have the slowest swimming speed ever measured in a fish.  Follow sawfish conservation expert Dr. Tonya Wiley-Lescher @TonyaRWileyL on twitter! A Florida State research team, with help from our friends at Field School, became the first people […]

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