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There’s no place like home for whale sharks in Tanzania

Rohner, C.A., […],  Brunnschweiler, J.M., […], Pierce, S.J. (2020) No place like home? High residency and predictable seasonal movement of whale sharks off Tanzania. Frontiers in Marine Science 7: 423

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Published on bioRxiv

Tourism-driven ocean science for sustainable use: A case study of sharks in Fiji. And here’s Mike’s blog post. Enjoy!

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Two years of impairment

And another one from Fiji’s Shark Reef Marine Reserve: Two years of impairment: plastic packing strap on a bull shark (Carcharhinus leucas) in Fiji. And here’s Mike’s blog post. Enjoy!

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Essential waters

Essential waters: Young bull sharks in Fiji’s largest riverine system @Ecol_Evol blog by Kerstin Glaus Mike’s blog post Enjoy!

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Very nice video from Tom!

I’m very happy to see that Tom is back in Fiji! See his awesome little promo video, and blog post about BADs latest conservation initiatives, enjoy! And thanks, Tom!  

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And another one!

This is essentially a follow up from Glaus et al. 2015: Glaus K.B.J., Adrian-Kalchhauser I., Piovano S., Appleyard S.A., Brunnschweiler J.M., Rico C. (2019) Fishing for profit or food? Socio-ecnomic drivers and fishers’ attitudes towards sharks in Fiji. Marine Policy (in press) See … Continue reading

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Very productive year so far!

Here are two recently published papers from Fiji: Vierus T., Gehring S., Brunnschweiler J.M., Glaus K., Zimmer M., Marie A.D., Rico C. (2018) Discovery of a multispecies shark aggregation and parturition area in the Ba Estuary, Fiji Islands. Ecology and … Continue reading

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Escape to Shark Reef

Here’s a blog post I wrote for ETH Ambassadors, enjoy!

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Global analysis reveals how sharks travel the oceans to find food

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

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Mrs Jaws

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

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