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Natal homing and connectivity in Atlantic bluefin tuna populations
Science Magazine

(Podcast Interview)

Atlantic tuna return thousands of miles to birthplace to spawn
Science Daily

Bicoastal Atlantic bluefin tuna
Science News

Boomerang bluefins
Nature

East coast 'critical' refuge for bluefin tuna
Canada Com

Tuna imperiled by its bicoastal habits
New York Times

Better protection urged for imperiled bluefin tuna
Vancouver Sun

Young bluefin tuna cross the Atlantic to mingle
USA Today

Atlantic tuna return thousands of miles to birthplace to spawn
EurekAlert

Scientists find new migratory patterns for Mediterranean and Western Atlantic bluefin tuna
EurekAlert

Tuna travel across the Atlantic as youngsters
MSNBC

Bluefin tuna migration patterns revealed for Mediterranean and Western Atlantic populations
Wildlife Extra

Scientists have observed new migratory patterns for Mediterranean and western Atlantic bluefin
World Fishing Today

Tuna's just too cheap: Japanese appetites are set to eat these fish to the brink of extinction
Japan Times

Researchers hope science can save bluefin tuna
New York Sun

Advocates hope science can save a big tuna
Washington Post

Tuna returns thousands of miles to spawn at birthplace
Malaysia Sun

Giant tuna kindergarten identified in Atlantic
New Scientist

Marine food web has unexpected base
Science Now

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Dr. Jay R. Rooker Department of Marine Biology
Texas A&M University @ Galveston
1001 Texas Clipper Rd, Galveston, Texas 77554
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