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Congratulations Dr. Christina Pasparakis!

We are extremely proud to introduce you to Dr. Christina Pasparakis! On August 10th, Dr. Pasparakis successfully defended her Ph.D. dissertation entitled “Effects of Temperature, Ultraviolet Radiation and Crude Oil Exposure on Early – Life Staged Mahi – Mahi (Coryphaena hippurus).  It has been an honor to work with her and be a part of … Continued

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Original story by Emily Frost of Smithsonian Ocean Portal  For a month during the summer of 2016, Lela Schlenker spent several hours in the dead of night watching mahi-mahi and waiting to catch them in the act. The colorful and large fish spawn in the cloak of darkness, and she needed to say with certainty … Continued

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Story by Diana Udel MIAMI– University of Miami (UM) Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science Professor Martin Grosell received the Award of Excellence in fish physiology from the American Fisheries Society. The award was presented to Grosell during the 13th International Congress on the Biology of Fish for his outstanding career contributions to the … Continued

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    From Story by Danielle Hall from Smithsonian Ocean  Under the lens of a microscope—in a shallow, glass well—spindly orbs pulse at regular intervals. They are, in fact, heart cells from a mahi-mahi fish, specially prepared with the precision and care required of a surgeon. A quick succession of shocks administered by fish scientist … Continued

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We are extremely proud and happy to introduce you to Dr. Jason Magnuson! It has been an honor to work with him and be a part of his Ph.D journey through RECOVER at the University of North Texas. We are excited to see what the future holds for him as he continues on into his … Continued

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Over the course of the past two months, we have released two videos – Mini Mahi Tags Part 1 and Tunnels and Tags: Mini Mahi Tags Part 2. These two videos are part of our three part video series featuring one of the innovative research projects being conducted by RECOVER team member, CJ McGuigan. At … Continued

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