In a sea filled with charismatic mammals like killer whales and Steller sea lions, it’s easy to overlook a smaller critter whose name might make you think it’s not … [Read More...]
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Gary Davis on the History of Saving the Oceans
Gary Davis, a former scientist with the National Park Service, was one of the "Aquanauts" who lived underwater on the continental shelf in the 1960s. He's also the originator of the Great Annual Fish Count, and a long-time SeaDoc board member.
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