This time round we have a lot to catch up on! Guest blogger, and founder of The Fins United Initiative, Melissa Márquez (@) drops in, Evie hands in her thesis, we hear about whales bigger than blue whales! *, fish gorging on mice, and the shark attack ‘problem’.
Caroline (from over at CCU Shark Research Team) stopped by the Fish Thinkers blog to give us a run down on where her research is headed and a sneak peak into the world of grad student shark research in the United States. Continue reading
June Fishbits: Going plastic free for the sea, bridging the divide between different interest groups, and writing our science heaps
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Sink up to your gills in our May Fishbits! Fish with legs (long ones!), comparing yourself to a shark, and a World Oceans Day event.
Here are your April fishbits: How to be a modern ecologist, getting addicted to stats and new coral reefs!
One aspect of my PhD is to understand a little bit more about the ecology of pelagic fishes, specifically what habitats they prefer in coastal waters. But before I could do this I first had to determine the best way to sample these fishes and this is what todays post is on. Continue reading
Do you remember how you got into Ecology? At what point did you realise that Fish (or some other animal I guess) were truly fascinating? Were you always interested, or did you discover ecology gradually from a good teacher or your family? Continue reading