With great excitement, we would like to announce a brand-new educational activity now offered here on the RJD website! Utilizing a subset of data from RJD shark research trips, you can investigate the bioaccumulation of methyl mercury in South Florida shark populations. Broken down into two worksheets, the first part will provide you with a […]
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by Becca Shelton, RJD Intern Ever wonder why you have to limit certain types of seafood? Or why you should not eat certain types of seafood? Today, I will help answer these questions with scientific research. As an avid ocean enthusiast and lover of sustainable seafood, it is crucial to understand what is floating around […]
Look Great, While Also Saving the Oceans… Dear all, It is with great excitement that I inform you of a new initiative from the RJ Dunlap Marine Conservation Program at the University of Miami (RJD). We have created an online shop with extremely cool fashion items and gear. All proceeds go directly to supporting […]
I went on my first adventure to the ocean when I was 4. I went on my Uncle Curt’s boat and caught my very own fish. Then, my Uncle Curt caught a shark! When I saw it, I started to fall in love with sharks. I thought the ocean was beautiful – you would look […]
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