Satellites in orbit can save sharks in the ocean

Global Fishing Watch
How can vessel tracking technology help to create true shark sanctuaries?

Satellite monitoring could help curb illegal fishing in shark sanctuaries

Daily Planet, Discovery Canada
Scuba diving and sharks

The UCSB Current
Eat, Prey, Move

These sharks don’t avoid hanging out with people

Hakai Magazine
Have Scientists Been Overestimating our Toll on Reef Sharks?

Shark count yields surprising numbers

KCLU Radio
UC Santa Barbara Researcher Studies How Diving With Sharks Impacts Shark Populations

Diving with Sharks - Good or Bad?

The UCSB Current
Diving with the Sharks

Science Times
Sharks Counting: Population Size Is Lower Than Estimated

Researchers recalibrate shark population density

Bren School News
Counting Sharks to Solve a Trophic Mystery

University of CaliforniaThe UCSB Current, KnowridgeEdhat
Counting Sharks

Illegal Shark Fishing Uncovered at ‘Sanctuary’

American Elasmobranch Society
Student Award Profile

Save Our Seas Foundation
Are the sharks avoiding us?

Save Our Seas Foundation
Reef shark hypnosis

Bren School News
Awards from the American Elasmobranch Society meeting 2015

Bren Research Blog
Bren PhD Student Symposium 2015

Bren Life
Research in Palmyra Atoll

Santa Barbara Noozhawk
Shark population assessment at Palmyra Atoll

AAUS Foundation Scholarship Recipient
2013 Kathy Johnston English Scholar

MCAF Global Explorers Blog
Understanding the effects of the 2010 Gulf oil spill on whale shark populations