The Ocean

Scientists are tracking where sharks, tuna and ships overlap. This is why

A big step in ocean wildlife management. Image: REUTERS/Hugh Gentry

Taylor Kubota

Public Information Officer, Stanford University

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Core habitat predictions for seven species of pelagic sharks and tunas. Image: Science Advances

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