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Bullet bioscience, podcasts · Jan 10, 2024

Shipwreck Ecology, with Avery Paxton, Chris Taylor, and Melanie Damour

For this episode, we’re joined by Avery Paxton, who is a Research Marine Biologist with NOAA’s National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science, Chris Taylor, Research Ecologist, also with NOAA’s NCCOS, and Melanie Damour, who is a Marine Archeologist and the Environmental Studies Coordinator with the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management’s Gulf of Mexico Region Office. They were here to discuss their recent BioScience article on “Shipwreck Ecology,” and the ways in which these sites can be hotspots for biodiversity—and also for research. 

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