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Neil Hammerschlag
Professor at UMiami ; Director of ; Behavioral Ecologist | | | | | Views my own.
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Neil Hammerschlag 11h
2019 ozone hole could be smallest in three decades
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Duncan Irschick 17h
Absolutely loving what our 3D team is doing at and the content they will be putting out soon 😍 - any guess as to the snake species here? Hint - its from the Mediterranean - from
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Replying to @AnaMMSequeira
Congrats!
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Neil Hammerschlag Sep 15
‘Ecological grief’ grips scientists witnessing Great Barrier Reef’s decline
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Neil Hammerschlag Sep 15
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Neil Hammerschlag Sep 15
Track of a tiger shark our team tagged off Miami, Florida, nearly a year ago. Over 5000 miles later she is now making a tour around the Gulf of Mexico. //
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Neil Hammerschlag Sep 14
Carbon-reducing seagrass to be planted //
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Neil Hammerschlag Sep 13
'Cocktail of pollutants' found in in English Channel
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Dr. Rob Nowicki Sep 12
This makes the Internet rounds every once in awhile but it’s so clever I had to share it when it popped up. In this WWF campaign, each of these species images is made with 1 pixel for each individual remaining for that species. Talk about impactful.
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Neil Hammerschlag Sep 13
Important new study revealing somewhat surprising declines in tiger sharks on east coast of Australia despite this species being relatively robust compared to others & Australia having regulated fisheries - authors and share paper & summaries in this thread
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Neil Hammerschlag Sep 12
World 'losing battle against deforestation'
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Heather Welch Sep 12
New paper in : Teaching an old dog a new trick. We configure the reserve design software to operate on a daily time-step to manage swordfish, blue sharks, sea lions, and loggerhead turtles in real-time.
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Shark Research at UM Sep 10
We’re excited to announce that we will be on South Beach this Nov 8-10! See you at the Festival's ECOasis, featuring local and national partner organizations onsite to spotlight sustainability. Tickets:
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Neil Hammerschlag Sep 10
: 'Invest $1.8 trillion to adapt'
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Neil Hammerschlag Sep 10
The day the dinosaurs' world fell apart //
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Neil Hammerschlag Sep 6
Thanks much
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Neil Hammerschlag Sep 5
Genetic identification of threatened shark species in pet food and beauty care products |
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Neil Hammerschlag Sep 5
Tyrannosaurus rex had 'air-con' in its head //
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Neil Hammerschlag Sep 3
Wild geese change routes to cope with climate change //
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Neil Hammerschlag Sep 3
What is sustainable palm oil??
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