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Fish and Wildlife Research Institute

100 Eighth Avenue Se

St. Petersburg, Florida 33701

United States

Company Description

The Fish and Wildlife Research Institute (FWRI) has partnered with the U.S. Coast Guard to make the Coast Guard's Area Contingency Plan (ACP), an oil spill contingency planning, response, and Natural Resource Damage Assessment tool, digitally available fo ... more

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Employment History

Associate Research Scientist

Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission

Affiliations

Shark Technical Committee
Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission

Web References (61 Total References)


Marine Connection

www.marineconnection.org [cached]

Brent Winner, a shark expert for Florida's Fish and Wildlife Research Institute, examined photos of the wounds and said Dunham was most likely attacked by several sharks of different species, but that the largest wound was consistent with a medium-sized tiger shark.


Bay Soundings l Hooked on Snook

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Left (background) to right, FWRI biologist Brent Winner, charter Capt. Bill Miller and Jeff Gruendel, participants in a the MacDill-Weedon Island fishing study, a cooperative effort that included charter fishermen as well as scientists.


"It's very important for people who ...

sabpd.org [cached]

"It's very important for people who visit Florida waters to be aware of their surroundings, understand the relative risks, and be educated on various shark issues such as behavior, biology and fisheries," says Brent Winner, scientist for the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission's (FWC) Fish and Wildlife Research Institute (FWRI). In the over 400 million years that sharks and their ancestors have roamed Florida waters, their role in their environment has changed very little.


There is no guaranteed way to ...

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There is no guaranteed way to avoid an attack, however Brent Winner, scientist for the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission says, "Being familiar with the behavior, biologies and fisheries of the shark can significantly reduce risk."


Associate research scientist Brent ...

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Associate research scientist Brent Winner of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission likes the idea of dropping the word "attack" when talking about sharks.

"They make good points about how that could be useful for the press," he said.

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