191 - Sawfish Recovery and Minorities In Shark Sciences with Jasmin Graham
In this episode Jasmin Graham talks to Anders Halverson about her research on the ecology, movement, and range of smalltooth sawfish, one of Florida's critically endangered species. We then discuss the reasons Jasmin became a fisheries scientist and her work as the President, CEO, and co-founder of Minorities In Shark Sciences (MISS). Since different perspectives and voices drive the most innovative and impactful scientific research as well as the best natural resource management, how can the fisheries community recruit and retain a diverse pool of talent?
If you want to get in touch with Jasmin or keep up with work you can find her on Twitter @Elasmo_Gal or through her website: https://www.learningwithjasmin.org/
If you want to donate or get involved with MISS you can find them on Twitter: @MISS_Elasmo and at their website: https://www.misselasmo.org/
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