Brandon Genco

Brandon Genco

Jul 06, 2014

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About This Project

My collaborators at the R.I.D.E. and I will use a manned submarine to tag adult Sixgill sharks (Hexanchus griseus). We will use cutting-edge archival satellite pop-up tags, calibrated with relatively cheap field equipment, available satellite data, and off-the-shelve camera technology, to as accurately as possible find out where these ocean giants migrate. NOBODY KNOWS! We will examine environmental variables associated with movement patterns.
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