The R/V Garvin and crew just got back to Miami from 10 days in the Bahamas! Researchers from FSU Coastal & Marine Lab (https://www.marinelab.fsu.edu/), Florida International University and NOAA joined us along with Michael Scholl & videographers/photographers from Save Our Seas (www.saveourseas.com) to capture the incredible work being done by this team studying sawfish on the remote west side of Andros.
Check out our new site www.researchvesselgarvin.com to learn more about using the R/V Garvin as a charter vessel or mothership for remote research and filming.
Check out this juvenile nurse shark we spotted in the mangroves during day one of our Tropical Marine Biology and Ecology course! Like many other fish species, small sharks utilize these habitats for protection while they are growing before venturing out into seagrass beds and coral reefs.
Check out highlight pictures from the start of our recent Tropical Marine Biology & Ecology course! We had an amazing trip with many more photos to follow.
We had a fantastic time in the field at the end of May with some of the brilliant female shark scientists of the Gills Club, and an amazing group of middle school girls! Check out the full album from the Gills Club here, and stay tuned for more field pictures from Field School's current Tropical Marine Ecology course!
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