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i. nimz Apr 10
1/4 into the first report of the underwater behavior of from in . Little is known about the behavior of this tropical .
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Dr. Fernando Á. Fernández-Álvarez Feb 9
Replying to @RebeccaRHelm
I observed these snails during an oceanographic cruise in the middle of the Atlantic, both in the sea and some collected specimens. I can say they were the favourite animals for the sailor crew of the vessel! Here some pics.
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Mark Velez Apr 10
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Oliver Kersten Apr 12
And it's a wrap! Bags are packed. Sampling and lab work was extremely successful and analyses were already started. I can't wait to read the manuscripts in about 3 weeks!
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Oliver Kersten Apr 9
1st days of field work at the Drøbak Marine Research Station as part of the course are completed! Tasks ranged from zoo-/phytoplankton community analysis to egg production and respiration experiments as well as acoustics.
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Francis van Oordt Apr 10
Replying to @francisvolh
4/4 RLCOs long trips average = 6.1km , max dist = 10 km, & away from coast, suggesting potential significant foraging on () in Peru. Unlike what was believed RLCOs may use foraging areas (fisheries inter?)
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Alice Goward Brown Apr 10
's Dr Sophie Wilmes presenting on her and research to a packed room in the shelf sea session at - how influential is the Celtic Sea Front for genetic variability in species with a phase?
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Stefan Passlick Dec 23
Wandering Albatross on my recent Pelagic Birding Trip with SOSSA from Kiama, Australia. Truely fascinating to see the largest wingspan on earth in action!
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Mark_Buchan Jan 24
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spfa_uk Apr 9
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Fish Focus Apr 7
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Scottish Pelagic Apr 10
The Scottish pelagic processing sector handles approx. 150,000 tonnes of premium mackerel and herring each year
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Planet Scuba India Apr 22
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Renato Morais Araujo Mar 11
After multiple destructive reviews for other papers, I had my 2nd PhD ms. accepted with 3 +, constructive and insightful reviews! Thanks for the great anon. reviewers! Interested in how boosts ? Stay tuned! Amazing pic by !
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Planet Scuba India Apr 22
The early shark gets the tuna. Tigaaahs at Fuvahmulah, Maldives.
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GuatemalaBillfishing Apr 13
3-2-0 on blue marlin. 23-20-15 on sails yesterday...heading back offshore! The blues were coming to the Makaira teasers, two good bites but seemed to be dropping the pitch! ,
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Damien McCallig Feb 13
trawler "Asbjorn HG265" off coast loaded with blue whiting heading for
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H&N - Fiskerforum Apr 17
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Debra Martz Feb 1
Masked Booby - Rare Bird Visitor In South Texas by Debra Martz >>>>> <<<<<
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Fish Focus Apr 8
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