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  • Putting Seahorses on the Map

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    Jennifer Selgrath is a PhD candidate with Shedd’s conservation partner Project Seahorse. She is studying at the University of British Columbia. During her time in the Philippines, she was also a Fulbright Scholar. This blog is based on a presentation she recently gave at Shedd.

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  • Becoming a Marine Biologist at Shedd

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    My name is Jori Nelson and I’m an intern at Shedd Aquarium. This summer I have been working in the environmental quality lab to learn more about the inner workings of this fantastic Chicago museum.

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  • Iguanas Changed My Life

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    It hardly seems like 20 years ago this month since a fresh-faced aquarist named Chuck Knapp started studying iguanas in the Bahamas. Long-time Shedd members have followed his exploits—and many have been a part of them on our iguana research expeditions.

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  • Good News from Guyana

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    Last week postdoctoral research associate Dr. Lesley de Souza returned to Shedd from her third field season in Guyana studying arapaimas, South America’s largest freshwater fish. She shares her latest experiences here.

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  • Seahorses, Conservation and You

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    For World Oceans Day, we asked Shedd postdoctoral research associate Dr. Tse-Lynn Loh, shown here in her “office,” to write about her fieldwork with seahorses.

    People ask me how I can be a marine biologist if I live in Chicago. Well, I work at Shedd Aquarium!

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