Alex Lovell

Alex Lovell is a Junior at Humboldt State University studying Freshwater Fisheries Biology. While at school, Alex has worked on the Small World Initiative project as well as other studies that are tied into his classes. He hopes to graduate with a master’s degree in his field of study within the next five years. When he is not in school, Alex likes fly fishing across the western United States, specifically in the mountains of Wyoming, Montana, and Utah.

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Tiger Sharks: Predation at the highest order and its relationship with Galapagos

For children all over the world, their first exposure to Sharks is seeing bloodthirsty monsters ripping into carcasses and seeing scuba divers narrowly avoiding their snapping jaws on programs like...

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