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Dr. Chris Lowe

Professor, Marine Biology - Director of the Shark Lab
California State University, Long Beach
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Dr. Lowe has been studying sharks, rays and bony fishes for over 30 years, focusing on their behavior, physiology and ecology.  For the last 15 years, Dr. Lowe and his students have been studying juvenile white sharks off the coast of southern California.  Using a wide array of technology, they have found that white sharks use southern California beaches seasonally as nursery habitat for their young.  This brings juvenile white sharks in close proximity to beach goers.  Dr. Lowe and his student use a wide array of technologies and educators to help lifeguards and the public understand the mysterious lives of sharks and just how much of a threat they may actually pose.

Website: Shark Lab | California State University Long Beach

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