Barbara Block

professor of marine science at Stanford

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Professor of Marine Sciences at Stanford University, and chief scientist of the Tagging of Pacific Predators Project, a program that uses electronic tagging to study migration patterns of large open-ocean animals

Barbara Block on KCRW

Sharks have recently appeared off the shores of San Diego, Huntington Beach, and Monterey. They’re looking to chow down on the ample amount of seafood there.

Something’s fishy: Sharks flock to SoCal shores for seafood

Sharks have recently appeared off the shores of San Diego, Huntington Beach, and Monterey. They’re looking to chow down on the ample amount of seafood there.

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Earth's oceans are essential to human life, but we pay more attention to outer space than to what's in and under the waters.

A Tale of Coral Reefs, Great White Sharks and Rubber Duckies

Earth's oceans are essential to human life, but we pay more attention to outer space than to what's in and under the waters.

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