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FAU HARBOR BRANCH VIRTUAL FIELD TRIP

Take a virtual field trip to learn more about sharks, rays and the Indian River Lagoon with our FAU Harbor Branch Outreach Team! It's all part of the Boys & Girls Clubs of St. Lucie County Virtual Club!

Sea Turtle

IMPACT OF HARMFUL ALGAL BLOOMS ON SEA TURTLE HEALTH

FAU’s Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute Research Professors Annie Page-Karjian and Matthew Ajemian team with biologists at Loggerhead Marinelife Center and Inwater Research Group to better understand how exposure to toxin-producing harmful algal bloom (HAB) species impact sea turtle health in Florida's coastal waters.

Matt working on a boat

SCIENCE LEADS TO SUSTAINABILITY

Originally, Matt Ajemian thought he wanted to study medicine like his dad, despite a love for the ocean. As an undergraduate, however, he continued to undertake internships related to marine biology. Now, he spends his time on the water catching grouper and tagging sharks as an assistant professor of research at Florida Atlantic University’s Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute.

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REVOLUTIONIZING THE WORLD'S INEFFICIENCIES IN FISH FARMING

Aquaculture and especially fish farming, play a key role in securing food security in the United States and around the world. However, for fish farming to be sustainable and economically viable, drastic improvements to current labor-intensive and resource-inefficient operations are required.



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