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Student Research Conference - Whale Shark Movements

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Uploaded on May 20, 2011

Camrin Braun, an environmental studies major at The College of Idaho, presents his research on movement of juvenile whale sharks in the Red Sea at the College's 2011 Student Research Conference. Braun's research suggests the southern Red Sea serves as an important nursery for young whale sharks, which are vulnerable to unregulated fishing in some of the world's oceans. The College of Idaho's annual Student Research Conference celebrates the outstanding scholarly and creative work of students in a wide range of disciplines. For more information visit www.collegeofidaho.edu.

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