This chapter reports on findings from studies of family talk at touch tank exhibits containing marine vertebrate and invertebrate animals located on the West coast of the U.S. and at a diorama-based exhibit of marine animals on the East coast of Brazil.
This workshop report summarizes commercial fishing industry input on feasible and practical improvements to gear marking in the sablefish pot gear off the West Coast to improve NOAA’s ability to identify the source fishery of large whale entanglements.
Researchers' findings use fine-scale species distribution models to assess space-use conflicts in dynamic marine ecosystems and can be used to guide fisheries management to reduce entanglement risk in Oregon.
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