28 Mar Newsletter March 2019
Using Electronic Tags to Help Address Fisheries Bycatch
Electronic tags are being used to help understand bycatch issues in ways that you may not have considered.
Resident biologist, Suzy Kohin, explores how electronic tags are being used to understand more about bycatch and the broader surrounding issues.
Research & News
Wildlife Computers Introduced New Turtle Tag
Wildlife Computers introduced a new SPOT tag for juvenile turtles. This tag is built tough to withstand the bumping and rubbing associated with smaller turtles.
New Live Map Feature Helping Clients Visualize Data
The new live map feature is helping clients show off data on websites. See how Mote Maring Laboratory & Aquarium is using it to show off sea turtle tracking.
Tips from the Experts
Are you an organizational nerd…enthusiast? Do you find yourself wading in a sea of data? See how to organize your data portal to make it easy to visualize your data.
We are on the road throughout the year. Stop by or find us to see what’s new.
- 70th Tuna Conference
- 5th International Conference on Fish Telemetry
- 10th International Penguin Conference
- 2019 Joint AFS-TWS Meeting
- Annual Meeting of the Raptor Research Foundation
- 2nd World Marine Mammal Science Conference
If you don’t see us on the road, connect with us online!