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Marcus Drymon, right, ĢƵ associate Extension professor in marine fisheries ecology, examines a shark for tags off the coast of Dauphin Island, Alabama. Drymon and Lindsay Mullins, a university Ph.D. student in marine science, have a in The Conversation this week based on a on the abundance of baby bull sharks in Alabama and Texas bays. The increase, according to the study, is explained by slight increases in temperature over the past two decades in the Gulf of Mexico. Drymon’s research has also landed him in a new “Shark Beach with Anthony Mackie” on Disney+.

Jul 17, 2024 |

Marcus Drymon, right, ĢƵ associate Extension professor in marine fisheries ecology, examines a shark for tags off the coast of Dauphin Island, Alabama. Drymon and Lindsay Mullins, a university Ph.D. student in marine science, have a in The Conversation this week based on a on the abundance of baby bull sharks in Alabama and Texas bays. The increase, according to the study, is explained by slight increases in temperature over the past two decades in the Gulf of Mexico. Drymon’s research has also landed him in a new “Shark Beach with Anthony Mackie” on Disney+.

Jul 17, 2024 |