Posts Tagged ‘shark’

The dangers of data deficiency

The dangers of data deficiency

Below is a guest post by Chris Mull, a PhD student in the Dulvy Lab at Simon Fraser University.  Chris studies shark biology and evolutionary neuroecology.  You can read more about his research here. Over this past week science headlines have been flooded with the news that one-quarter of all chondrichthyans (sharks, skates, rays, and chimaeras) are […]