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SHARKS FROM SPACE
Using Remote Sensing to Map Habitat Changes in Bimini, the Bahamas to Determine Potential Implications for Juvenile Lemon Sharks
By Master's Candidate Emily Cormier
THE TIGER SHARKS OF BIMINI
Residency, Site Fidelity, and Regional Movement of Tiger Sharks (Galeocerdo cuvier) at a Pupping Location in the Bahamas
By PhD Candidate Matt Smukall
LEMON SHARK FAMILY TREE
Using DNA to determine lemon shark relatives and confirm natal philopatry in Collaboration with Dr. Kevin Feldheim
Using photo identification to identify individuals showing site fidelity, including acoustic and satellite telemetry to understand space use and movement patterns.
HAMMERHEADS IN THE FLORIDA KEYS
Using acoustic and satellite telemetry to understand space use, habitat use, and identify potential pupping grounds by Matt Smukall
BULL SHARKS IN THE FLORIDA KEYS
Using acoustic telemetry, Masters Student Jasmine Nyce aims to determine adult bull sharks' spatial and temporal patterns, movement speed, and frequency in the Bahamas, the Florida Keys, the Southeastern USA, and the Gulf of Mexico (GOM).
Personality ‐ driven life history trade-offs and comparing behavioural syndromes By Dr. Felicie Dhellemmes
SEASCAPES OF ECOLOGICAL ENERGY
Using Bayesian statistics and habitat and resource selection functions to help understand the drivers of spatial behaviour in the early-life stages of the lemon shark by PhD Candidate Molly Kressler.
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