Episode 13: Shark Week


Today on the show, we're joined from Abaco, Bahamas by the future Dr. Enie Hensel! Enie got her undergraduate degree in Zoology / Ecology wildlife and conservation at the University of Florida (where she met her husband and former podcast guest Dr. Marc Hensel). She is currently working on a PhD in Biology with a concentration in Ecology and Evolution in the Department of Applied Ecology at North Carolina State University. She is currently a Global Change Fellow under the Southeast climate Science Center. We talked about restoring coral reefs, using drones for research, and of course, sharks! We hope you like it.






Drone diaries of The Bahamas - https://saveourseas.com/project/drone-diaries-of-the-bahamas/#project_leaders

Abaco Scientist - https://appliedecology.cals.ncsu.edu/absci/

Episode 9: Salt Marshes Save Houses by the Sea Shore


Today on the show, we’re joined from Abaco, Bahamas by soon-to-be Dr. Marc Hensel, Shannon’s college BFF. Marc got his undergraduate degree in Zoology and his Master’s in Biology at the University of Florida. He is currently wrapping up his PhD in Biology at the University of Massachusetts, Boston. We talk about catching alligators, why you should care about salt marshes, snail poop, and much more! We had so much fun talking to Marc, who is just such a funny guy. We hope you like it!






Twitter and Instagram: @hensel_pencil
Blog: Marshlife.org
Purple marsh crab: http://www.marshlife.org/?p=107


Periwinkle snails: http://sapeloisland99.wixsite.com/marsh-mud- mummichogs/single-