Monthly Archives: April 2014

What’s in the News?

It has been a great week for sturgeon tagging. We tagged 8 individuals this week. Luckily, Tamara Dietrich and Joe Fudge from the Daily Press were out with us. The article should come out in Thursday’s paper (April 24th), but … Continue reading

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Sturgeon Chronicles

Hello everyone and welcome to a blog following the adventures in sturgeon research at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science. This blog will document several avenues of sturgeon research that is ongoing at VIMS, from taxonomy and genetics, to ecology … Continue reading

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Banene

I think that spunky little old ladies are a universal constant. Even here, where women wake up early to cook for their families, carry over a hundred of liters of water each day, labor all day in the gardens, help their husbands … Continue reading

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