Monthly Archives: July 2013

AES 2013: Day 4

Today was the fourth and last day of presentations for this year’s AES.  The real shark week ended with a bang, featuring this year’s only concurrent pair of shark sessions.  As a result, I definitely missed some talks I wanted … Continue reading

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AES 2013: Day 3

Day 3 of AES included pretty much all the talks up for the Gruber award, an award given to the best student presentation.  Holy crap there were some good talks today.  My talk was among them, and having seen my … Continue reading

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AES 2013: Days 1 & 2

Here it is, the first official recap post of this year’s AES.  I lack both a smartphone and the Twitter vigor of Dave, so I generally throw all the things that piqued my interest into one big post at the … Continue reading

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AES 2013 Has Begun

It’s the most wonderful time of the year again, time for the annual American Elasmobranch Society (AES) conference.  This annual gathering of shark and ray nerds is always a highlight of my summer, and posting highlights from the presentations is … Continue reading

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