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November 2, 2018 @ 7:30 pm
Presenter: Gregory M. Metzger
The South Fork Natural History Museum is one of the newest organizations to begin studying the large coastal sharks found along the south shore of Long Island. We have been specifically targeting young-of-the-year (YOY) white sharks for electronic tagging purposes. The tags have begun to give us information on the movement of this stage of their life cycle, about which virtually nothing is known. This lecture will update the public on the highlights of the 2018 field season, as well as what we have learned over our 4 years of work.
This lecture is taking place at Stony Brook Southampton SoMAS, Chancellor’s Hall, Duke Lecture Hall.