This week, Zach talks to Nick Coleman - a master's student in Dr. Dave Secor's lab at the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science - about his research on Atlantic Sturgeon in the Chesapeake Bay. Nick is using a variety of acoustic methods to estimate abundance and fine-scale habitat usage of these incredible endangered fish. Also discussed is Nick's path to starting his graduate degree and some of the projects that helped him gain experience and further refine his interests as a fisheries scientist. Check it out!
Thanks as always to Andrew Gialanella for the fantastic music.
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