January 12, 2016

Guy Harvey Research Institute Takes Tracking Sharks to a New Level

By Bradley M. Wetherbee, Ph.D. | Department of Biological Sciences | University of Rhode Island As 2015 ends we can take a few minutes to appreciate some of the things that we’ve done this past year. Take a look at this impressive view of the 2015 locations for sharks tracked by Guy Harvey Research […]
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October 30, 2015

Sea Life Centre Promises Marine Treat in Central Birmingham

by Chris Willmott | Solihull Observer FOR MANY people a trip to the Sea Life Centre in Birmingham is a great opportunity to get up close and personal with the many wonderful marine creatures you could only dream of seeing if you went diving off sea shores around the world. […]
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October 5, 2015

Mako Sharks Competing in Historic Guy Harvey Great Shark Race Log More Than 22,900 Miles So Far

by Joe Donzelli | NOVA Southeastern University Race Isn’t Without Danger – Two Entrants “Lost” Along the North American Coastline FORT LAUDERDALE-DAVIE, Fla. — While scientists and thousands of marine science students and the general public follow the online daily satellite tracks and progress of The Guy Harvey Great Shark Race, the competitors – a group of young mako sharks – navigate sometimes treacherous waters providing […]
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September 15, 2015

Scientists Aim to Shake Shark Fears with Series of Talks

by Mona Tatum | Cayman 27 The Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation (GHOF)is teaching children the importance of sharks in the marine world. The GHOF began today (Thursday 10 September) its series “Shark Talk” for students. It is a culmination of information found over years of shark research work and includes […]
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June 8, 2015

Guy Harvey Research Institute’s “Great Shark Race”

Written by GHM Staff Guy Harvey’s Great Shark Race is not new to our regular readers. The research project run by the Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation (GHOF) and the Guy Harvey Research Institute at Nova Southeastern University, was created to aid in tracking the movements and habits of mako sharts, […]
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November 6, 2012

Tiger Beach October 2012 Shoot

Written by Guy Harvey PhD It has been exactly two years since my last expedition to Tiger Beach. The goal then was to make the (award winning) documentary “This is your ocean; Sharks” with Jim Abernethy and Wyland. The timing was important as the documentary became a useful educational tool […]
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August 4, 2012

An Open Letter from Guy Harvey

Written by Guy Harvey PhD | Photo by: Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation Fellow anglers, divers and boaters, It has come to my attention that that there is some concern, particularly among anglers in the northeast US, about my allegiance to the sport fishing community. Please know that first and foremost […]
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June 19, 2012

Research With A Tooth Sense

Written by Ozzy Delgado | Photos by: Christine Shepard A week and a half before I got the opportunity to take a trip with the University of Miami RJ Dunlap Marine Conservation Program , I overheard that on Sunday, May 27th, they pulled in a record catch estimated over 1,000 […]
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January 27, 2012

Campaign to Protect Sharks in the Bahamas Is Stepped Up

Written by Megan Reynolds Publication: The Nassau Tribune MARINE wildlife artist Guy Harvey launched a custom-designed logo for the campaign to protect sharks in Bahamian waters at Bahamas National Trust’s Retreat Gardens in Village Road yesterday. The Jamaican-born artist, scientist and conservationist renowned for his popular T-shirt designs, also spoke […]
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January 27, 2012

Hell’s Bay Boat, GHOF & FPSR Shark Research

In October 2011, the Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation and Hell’s Bay Boatworks donated a custom boat and trailer valued at more than $50,000 to the Florida Program for Shark Research. FPSR director and world-renowned shark expert Dr. George Burgess recently filed the following report after his team returned from a […]
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January 27, 2012

Success! Bahamian Government Bans Commercial Shark Fishing (Video)

Dr. Eugenie Clark became known as The Shark Lady for her lifelong study of the toothy creatures. Soon Dr. Guy Harvey may be called The Shark Man for his efforts to protect sharks. In recent years, Harvey has been persuading the Bahamian government to ban commercial shark fishing. This week […]
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January 11, 2012

The 4 Lies of Shark Fin Soup

Written by Chuck Thompson with Additional Reporting by Virginia Lau In 2009, I spent four months working in Hong Kong. In the shopping center directly across the street from my apartment in Causeway Bay was a restaurant called Shark Fin City. Forget the slimy, gelatinous specialty of the house—to devotees of the […]
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