• Expedition Western Australia: Tagging Kimberley & Ningaloo

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    The OCEARCH team starts the expedition by tagging 2 tiger sharks for the Australian Science team on Ningaloo Reef. Caterpillar Inc has been enabling our work for over 2 years. Show less
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    OCEARCH's 22nd Expedition in Western Australia. The team tagged 20 sharks 11 days on Ningaloo Reef.
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  • Expedition Galápagos Play

    18th Expedition for OCEARCH

    The goal of Expedition Galapagos is to determine the migratory routes of key species in the Galapagos Marine Reserve. It is vital to determine migratory and site fidelity patterns in order to design more effective zoning to determine whether these oceanic reserves are enough to maintain and recover threatened populations.

    SPECIES: Tiger Shark, Hammerhead Shark, Silky Shark, Blacktip Shark,Yellowfin Tuna, Wahoo, Rainbow Runner, and, Skipjack Tuna.

    SCIENCE TEAM: Alex Hearn, PhD - Turtle Island Restoration Network, David Acuña Marrero - The Charles Darwin Foundation, Dr. Pelayo Salinas de Leon - The Charles Darwin Foundation, Heather Marshall, PhD Candidate -University of Massachusetts - Dartmouth, Eduardo Espinoza & Yasmania LLerena - Galapagos National Park, Dr. Greg Skomal - MA Marine Fisheries.

    COLLABORATING INSTITUTIONS: OCEARCH, Turtle Island Restoration Network, The Charles Darwin Foundation, Galapagos National Park, and, UMASS Dartmouth.
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  • Expedition Updates - Cape Cod 2013 Play

    Get updates from the OCEARCH crew as they work to tag 20 great white sharks in Cape Cod, Massachusetts.
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  • Expedition Jacskonville Play

    Check in with the OCEARCH Crew everyday during Expedition Jacksonville.
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  • Costa Play

    The way we see it, the best equipment in the world won't catch a thing if the waters are empty. Every ocean, river, lake and stream is a resource and a responsibility. If we want future generations to feel the snap of a fish on the line, we have to do our part, and do it now.
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