Author Archives: jbrunnschweiler
A major international collaboration led by the University of Southampton could help global efforts to overturn recent declines in the world’s shark population by providing greater insight into the feeding habits of the world’s most misunderstood fish. Led by Dr. … Continue reading
What I truly love about the Shark Reef Marine Reserve is that you can see so much STUFF! Hitchhiking sharksuckers and much more! We just published the latest example here. And here is Mike’s blog post. More to come! Stay … Continue reading
Hand feeding can periodically fuel a major portion of bull shark energy requirements at a provisioning site in Fiji published in Animal Conservation. Mike’s blog post here. And this time also two blog posts from Amber and Sunny at Rice … Continue reading
This has been my toughest one ever: Oceanic adults, coastal juveniles: tracking the habitat use of whale sharks off the Pacific coast of Mexico. Deni showed me the raw tracks back in 2010 at the Sharks International conference in Cairns … Continue reading
Characteristics of the shark fisheries of Fiji published in Scientific Reports a few days ago really is Kerstin’s work! Kerstin has taken on the challenge to collect the data for her Masters thesis in Fiji. With the help of Beqa … Continue reading
Congratulations to David Diley for his masterpiece Of Shark & Man! Much more on this on Mike’s blog. And thanks, David, for sending these questions!
See here. Background and summary on Mike’s blog.