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Nigel Hussey

Nigel HusseyUWindsor researcher Nigel Hussey spoke to The Society for Marine Mammalogy about advancing an ecosystem field approach to understand and manage aquatic predators during its 22nd Biennial Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals in Halifax on Thursday, October 26.

Researcher makes waves at marine mammal conference

UWindsor researcher Nigel Hussey gave an address at the biennial conference of the Society for Marine Mammalogy.

Nigel Hussey placing a tracking deviceUWindsor researcher Nigel Hussey recently published an article arguing that sharing data resulting from tagging and tracking aquatic species is important to effectively protect ecosystems.

Data sharing next step in aquatic animal monitoring: researcher

An article on the importance creating a global centralized network where researchers share aquatic species monitoring data to properly manage aquatic resources on a global scale.

Nigel Hussey and research teamResearch associate Nigel Hussey (fourth from left) and his team ventures out into the Red Sea.

Commentary a cri de coeur for conservation

Ecological conservation shouldn’t be derailed by economic sanctions dictated by politics, says a UWindsor researcher whose commentary on the subject has been published by the journal Nature.

Nigel Hussey wants you to think of pristine marine and terrestrial wildlife resources when you think of Sudan. But first, Sudan needs greater access to conservation funding and that’s proving to be a struggle because of economic sanctions imposed on the country.

Nigel Hussey and Steve KesselNigel Hussey and Steve Kessel tag a manta ray in the Red Sea off the coast of Sudan.

Rare 'hybrid' manta ray discovered by UWindsor scientists

A rare type of hybrid manta ray has been discovered in the Red Sea thanks to the work of a trio of University of Windsor scientists and their research partners in Sudan.

The ray, a cross between a Reef Manta Ray (Manta alfredi) and a Giant Manta Ray (Manta birostris), is only the second documented case of hybridization in elasmobranchs, the subclass of fish that includes sharks and rays, according to the group.