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Maritime Gloucester Spring Lecture Series -Leading Ladies: Molly Lutcavage

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Gloucester, MA 01930

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Our lecture series continues with Molly Lutcavage and What a trip! Life history of Atlantic bluefin tuna: energy, reproduction and migration

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The Spring Lecture Series presents "Leading Ladies: Defining the Discussion of Maritime Science and History". This series will tell stories of exploration, science, research, historical preservation, adventure and the working waterfront from the perspective of the women who engage and lead in these issues every day.

Molly Lutcavage is the Director of Large Pelagics Research Center, which is working closely with fishermen and, using state-of-the-art technologies, conducting biological and ecological research on pelagic species including tunas, sharks, billfish, and sea turtles. Her work endeavors to develop scientific understanding that supports effective ecosystem-based management strategies for these highly migratory Atlantic marine species. She brings years of experience and research to the table and her talk will give an in-depth look at the fascinating life of the Atlantic bluefin tuna.

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