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Twitter #SharkChat @NOAALive with Shark Scientist
Thanks everyone for participating in our #SharkChat on Twitter with our shark scientist, Trey Driggers. It was a huge success and your participation made it record-breaking.
Meet Trey Driggers, Shark Scientist
Q: Trey, tell us about a day in the life working as a shark scientist.
The resulting data are used by stock assessment analysts to determine if population levels are increasing, decreasing, or remaining constant. Other areas of my research include examining the behavior, distribution, growth, habitat utilization, and reproduction of sharks.
Get more on Trey's adventures in our up close and personal Q&A.