In the Marine Predators Group, we use computational, lab, and field-based studies to address the scales of organization in the marine realm (from organism to ocean basin) that drive the pelagic ecosystems we depend on. While our work is rooted in oceanographic theory, we are driven to develop transformative approaches that seek to leverage fundamental biophysical interactions research to connect scientific inquiry to emerging ocean challenges, such as managing marine resources in a changing and dynamic ocean.
open and deep ocean ecosystems
knowledge and tools
ocean challenges in a changing world
Spearfish insights from the Great Marlin Race
Spearfish insights from electronic tags deployed for the Great Marlin Race
Billfish Expedition to the Red Sea
Scientific Firsts from Research in the Last Billfish Frontier off Saudi Arabia