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APR 2017

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Page 39 of 72 April 2017 / st 39 Fisheries ConservaƟon ExperƟse MaƩhew Ajemian, Ph.D. FAU Harbor Branch Assistant Research Professor AÝ ÃÙ®Ä ÙÝÙ« ®ÄÝã®ãçã ®Ä ã« «Ùã Ê¥ F½ÊÙ®'Ý IÄ®Ä R®òÙ L¦ÊÊÄ, we lie at the interface of tropical and warm-temperate climaƟc regimes; a biodiversity hotspot for marine and estuarine shes. Warming seas and increased development are creaƟng challenges for these economically and ecologically crucial species, forcing rapid incorporaƟon of cuƫng-edge techniques to understand and conserve these species. OçÙ RÝÙ« AÙÝ ®Ä½ç • Habitat use, movement, & migraƟon • Predator-Prey InteracƟons • Biotelemetry & tracking technology development • Fisheries-independent monitoring • Anthropogenic impacts on sh health To learn more about what we do, visit, and call us at 772-242-2280 to start the conversaƟon

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