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Title: Executive Director of MigraMar MigraMar is a non-profit organization that carries out the scientific…

Shark Massacre at Malpelo

As many as 2,000 hammerhead, Galápagos and silky sharks were slaughtered for their fins at…

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And after a long day of hard work, a well deserved dinner between friends. MigraMar is a Family! ... See MoreSee Less

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A busy day at MigraMar's Second Symposium on Eastern Pacific Swimways and Highly Migratory Species with extremely rewarding presentations by Marino Abrego (MInisterio de Ambiente - Panama), Juan Posada (MarViva), Robert Rubin (Pacific Manta Research Group - USA), James Ketchum & Frida Lara (Pelagios Kakunjá - México), Christopher Avalos & Elisa Areano (Fundación Mundo Azul - Guatemala), Juliana Galeano (Paso Pacífico - Nicaragua), Elpis Chávez & Randall Araúz (CREMA - Costa Rica) and Geiner Golfin (PN Isla del Coco, SINAC - Costa Rica). A great line up, thanks to all of you. After exploring research and conservation actions in Mexico, Guatemala, Nicaragua and Costa Rica, we are ready to explore Panama, Ecuador, Peru and Chile tomorrow! ... See MoreSee Less

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Passionate round table: Perspectives on shark attacks, shark population trends, and diving operation management issues in WHS in the Eastern Tropical Pacific, with Eduardo Espinoza, Geiner Golfing, Frida Lara and César Peñaherrera. ... See MoreSee Less

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Second day of our Bio-logging Training Workshop in Panama City, with Dr. César Peñaherrera (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador / MigraMar) leading us through the practical use of satellite images in "R" to obtain co-variables to model marine megafauna spatial behaviour using raster layers. ... See MoreSee Less

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