We are looking forward to our shark dissection tomorrow, led by scientist Mark Royer. The purpose of this dissection is to educate our volunteers about shark anatomy. We also encourage our readers and volunteers to stay informed about the current research being conducted here at Coconut Island. The links provided below are a great place to start. Visit each site to learn about the innovative techniques and technologies being used by the Holland research lab.
|NWHI Predator Tracking. Photo by Luiz Rocha|
Click here to read more about the current projects being conducted through the lab, including NWHI Predator Tracking, Shark Ecotourism, Tiger Shark Swimming Behavior, and much more.
Click here to learn more about the research team. Learn about research interests from lead scientist Kim Holland and Assistant Researcher Carl Meyer as well as the PhD candidates.
Visit this page to keep updated on new research publications produced by the Holland Shark Lab.
|Researchers tag more tiger sharks to track movement patterns off Maui|
Video of a sixgill shark equipped with an accelerometer and camera swims
back down to it's deep water habitat. (credit: Mark Royer, University of Hawaii)
HIMB shark study helps explain higher incidence of encounters off Maui
Click here to view a list of research published by the Holland Shark Lab.
|Black tip reef shark swimming at Coconut Island|
Written by Lyndsey Tanabe