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So excited to share our latest paper published today in #AquaticConservation on cetacean bycatch mitigation in drift gillnets in the Indian Ocean. Our study reveals that subsurface settings reduce cetacean bycatch probability by nearly 80% @WWFPak https://t.co/tJJa6nic0L

The dolphins in #BiscayneBay are an important piece when it comes to understanding the bay as a whole 🌊

@jjkiszka & the @ecology_lab are studying these amazing creatures to see what we may be able to uncover 🐬💙

Watch @LOUISAGUIRRE @ 5:30PM on @WPLGLocal10 for the full story! https://twitter.com/LOUISAGUIRRE/status/1438201593254514693

Twitter feed video.The dolphins in #BiscayneBay are an important piece when it comes to understanding the bay as a whole 🌊

@jjkiszka & the @ecology_lab are studying these amazing creatures to see what we may be able to uncover 🐬💙

Watch @LOUISAGUIRRE @ 5:30PM on @WPLGLocal10 for the full story! https://t.co/zcRepwKKDV
Louis Aguirre@LOUISAGUIRRE

There are 150 dolphins living in #BiscayneBay but scientists don’t really know how well the population is doing. @fiuenvironment is part of the ongoing mission to collect important data. Never more urgent bc of the declining health of the bay. 2nite @WPLGLocal10 530pm @jjkiszka

RT @CascadiaRes: New paper out on #killer #whale predatory scarring rates on mysticetes off the US West Coast led by Enrico Corsi (now PhD student @ecology_lab!) Congrats Enrico, and link to the paper: https://buff.ly/3msVE6t https://buff.ly/3gwLVIF

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