USCB senior biology student Steven Vega leads a group of fifth- and sixth-graders attending SharkBytes in a hands-on demonstration of research tools being developed at USCB to enhance and analyze the recorded vocalizations of fish species that populate the May River as part of an effort to better understand how changes in marine animal populations potentially impact the area's ecosystem.
USCB senior biology student Steven Vega leads a group of fifth- and sixth-graders attending SharkBytes in a hands-on demonstration of research tools being developed at USCB to enhance and analyze the recorded vocalizations of fish species that populate the May River as part of an effort to better understand how changes in marine animal populations potentially impact the area's ecosystem.
USCB senior biology student Steven Vega leads a group of fifth- and sixth-graders attending SharkBytes in a hands-on demonstration of research tools being developed at USCB to enhance and analyze the recorded vocalizations of fish species that populate the May River as part of an effort to better understand how changes in marine animal populations potentially impact the area's ecosystem.

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April 03, 2013 12:07 PM

Lowcountry middle, high school students get peek at USCB science, math programs

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