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In this Issue
Fishing for Facts: Shark Research & 2 Conservation in Action - W. Matthew Shipman
Studying the Mysterious Denizens of the Deep The VIMS longline survey continues. Find out what we know, and don’t know, about sharks along the Virginia coast.
A Popular Dinner Guest - Charlie Petrocci
Tagging Program Provides Insight on Flounder- Jon Lucy Summer flounder are sought after by both commercial and recreational fishermen, and this season has witnessed lots of action.
Slowing Down the [e]Waste Stream - Sally Mills
One Man’s Hard Drive Doing some summer cleaning? If your closet is filled with an old computer system, avoid the temptation to send it to the landfill.
Note to Registrant: Prepare to Get Wet - Pauli Hayes & Lisa Lawrence
Professional development for high school teachers of marine science can sometimes call for wet and muddy commitments.
Forensics Sets the Stage - Sally Mills
Keeping up with the rapidly changing field of genetics can be quite challenging. Find out how one group of teachers went about it.
Naturalist’s Corner: Ladies in Pink - Sally Mills
News from the Point
Aquaculture and Fisheries
Virginia Sea Grant and Virginia Institute of Marine Science, "Marine Resource Bulletin Vol. 36, No. 2" (2004). Virginia Marine Resource Bulletin. 82.