Take a look at all these grouper showing up at the aggregation site! This video was taken today by Grouper Moon researcher, Hal Peterson!
Greetings Future Scientists!
Students from the Renaissance School of Art and Reasoning in Sammamish, Washington inquired yesterday about the graphs Grouper Moon scientists use to study the fish count data. Below are a few graphs sent to me by Lynn Waterhouse, graduate student from the Scripps Oceanic Institute. Can you figure out what these graphs are telling us?
On our dive this evening, we also saw some large, Great Barracuda! Hal Peterson was able to get some video of this one, which was probably about 4 feet long! Barracuda are SO cool, don’t you think?!
I was able to go on the evening dive today and saw a bunch of Nassau Grouper and a number of other fish. Two of the most prevalent species we have been seeing are Bar Jacks and Horse-eye Jacks. It turns out, many different species of fish come to the spawning site. Take a look at these videos taken by Grouper Moon researcher, Hal Peterson.Hello Everyone!