SUFB 276: Ocean Talk Friday

On the podcast today, I discuss how to protect Marine Protected Areas; First pictures from the Amazon Reef; A new Chimera species discovered; and, A new Bonnethead shark discovered.

I am all by myself today on the podcast. Don’t feel bad for me though because talking Marine Science and Conservation puts me in my happy place!

Here are the stories that I discuss on this week’s Ocean Talk Friday:
1) New Technology to enforce Marine Protected Areas;
2) Greenpeace has taken the first pictures of the newly discovered reef under the Amazon River;
3) A new Chimera species has been discovered; and,
4) A new Bonnethead shark has also been discovered.


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Links Discussed in this episode:

  • Elizabeth Devitt tells us: Unlike protected lands, marine protected areas can’t be staked with signposts – and without clear boundaries, mariners can easily drift into areas where they don’t belong. But there might be a technological fix for that dilemma.
  • Yahoo News reports: A previously unknown ghost shark with rabbit-like teeth and a bulky head is making waves in record books; it’s the 50th ghost shark species known to science, a new study reported. At nearly 3 feet (1 meter) in length — about half as long as the height of a refrigerator — the newfound creature is the second largest species of ghost shark ever discovered, the researchers said.
  • JoAnn Adkins reports: Scientists have discovered what they believe to be a new species of hammerhead shark, prompting concerns about the species’ vulnerability and whether conservation practices in place today are widespread enough to protect them.

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