Chris Rohner
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Chris Rohner


Summary

I conduct research on marine megafauna, specifically whale sharks, manta rays, turtles and billfishes. Studying the movement ecology of these animals, using satellite, acoustic and multi-sensor telemetry, is one of my main areas of interest. I am also working on the feeding ecology of large filter-feeders with a variety of approaches, from plankton tows, stomach contents analyses, to biochemical studies.

Ecology Marine Biology

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Marine Megafauna Foundation


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