Posts by Global FinPrint

In search of scalloped hammerheads

Day 1 With energies still high, we decided to start the trip off with BRUVs. After completing eight deployments, we...

Marine protected area helps shark populations recover from fishing

The diminishing number of sharks around the world is no longer a topic of interest just for scientists and fisheries...

Another day, another milestone

Another day, another milestone

CORDIO samples Tanzania

On March 13th 2017, representatives from Kenya and Mozambique set off by road from Mombasa on the Kenyan coast to Tanga,...

Lessons from coral reef “bright spots”

Millions of people depend on healthy coral reef ecosystems for food security and their livelihoods. This study analyzed data from...

Collaborator Spotlight: Marine Research Centre, Ministry of Fisheries and Agriculture, Maldives

Tracking tiger sharks

Although some people may picture sharks as intimidating predators that roam long distances, that’s not the case for many of...

A predator’s role in storing carbon

When you think about carbon (C) storage in an ecosystem, you may think about a lush tropical forest sucking up...

These single ladies don’t need a man

The Internet exploded last year with news of a vertebrate capable of producing offspring without sex. Billions of people across...

© Katie Flowers

Global patterns of shark and ray bycatch

The left-behind, the unwanted, the unmanaged – whatever you want to call it, bycatch is prevalent in commercial fisheries. Sharks...

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