Early newspaper with a sensational headline reading “Jersey Shark-Hunters Out for Big Man-Eaters on Jersey Coast.” This was written in response to a string of shark attacks off the coast of New Jersey in the early 1900’s.Harnessing the Power of the Web as a Tool for Conservation, Not Sensation
    Figure 2. Research divers deploying quadrat for photo capture along the cleaning station. Large teams are used per quadrat, thus impact to the coral surface is minimalized.Catalysts Behind the First Shark and Ray Sanctuaries in the Philippines
    Nurse_shark_with_remorasFishes that rule the world: circumtropical distributions revisited

    A Palmer Trinity student helps deploy a drumline.Shark Tagging with Palmer Trinity Middle School
    A scalloped hammerhead is carefully secured in the water for a quick workup processShark tagging with St. Thomas Aquinas
    Our volunteers gathered around one of our Nurse Sharks after taking data and measurements, with interns Jake Jerome, team leader David Schiffman, and intern Emily NelsonShark Tagging with the Children’s Wish Foundation
  3. MEDIA

    A large male bull shark is pulled toward the research vessel for sampling and tagging. He was released within five minutes in great condition.Photo of the Week: Bull Shark
    A Great Hammerhead shark sweeps across the sand in Bimini, Bahamas. Photo Credit: Christine ShepardPhoto of the Week: Great Hammerhead
    A fisherman spears an invasive lionfish in the warm, shallow waters of Nassau, Bahamas.Photo of the Week: Invasive Lionfish