Mike Heithaus

Zoo Miami is teaming up with FIU marine scientist Mike Heithaus to give one last peek at the world through the eyes of a predator. To close out the traveling National...

In Shark Bay we are interested in learning about the diets of sea turtlesin hopes of better understanding the roles that these charismatic critters play in this iconic seagrass ecosystem. The...

Mike Heithaus, executive director of the School of Environment, Arts and Society and marine sciences professor, has launched the Heithaus Lab Blog. The blog highlights work from long-term studies in Shark...

Last night was full of excitement as we finally got out on the water to fish. Jeremy and I had two cameras ready to deploy and headed out onto the (relatively)...

Well, we hit a few bumps in the road and haven’t gotten out on the water yet.  But, it looks like we have all the issues resolved and we will be...

We started the day with a few media interviews and then a talk at Université de la Réunion. We got to meet more of the team that will be working with us on...

We arrived on La Reunion today after a seriously long trip.  We got a chance to meet up with some of our fantastic local collaborators today, Pascale Chabanet and Marc Soria,...

At the Heithaus lab blog we’ll keep up-to-date entries from ongoing field trips and also highlight some of our previous work. From time-to-time I’ll also have the opportunity to talk about...

In the recently published paper, “Global Catches, Exploitation Rates and Rebuilding Options for Sharks,” researchers from Dalhousie University and University of Windsor in Canada, as well as Stony Brook University in...

Miami Heat players Mario Chalmers and Jarvis Varnado joined volunteers from the School of Environment, Arts and Society in planting trees and building picnic tables at FIU’s Biscayne Bay Campus as...