Ongoing Research

This research studies the behavioural ecology of juvenile lemon sharks in the Bahamas: it integrates information on available habiitat, human disturbance,  juvenile shark distributon, and the distributions of their prey species and predators to holistically investgiate the drivers of juvenile shark space use.

This work takes place in Cornwall, UK, and uses environmental DNA (eDNA) to investigate the spatiotemporal drivers of spatial behaviour in blue & porbeagle sharks and their fish prey species.