Dr. Bruce Carlson: Hawaii Aquarium Fishery; What Happened | MACNA 2018
In 1975, he moved to Honolulu where he earned his PhD in Ichthyology at the University of Hawaiʻi and started work at the Waikiki Aquarium where he pioneered techniques for culturing corals, and new exhibits featuring nautilus, cuttlefish, giant clams. In 1990, he was appointed Director of the Waikiki Aquarium. He left Hawaiʻi in April 2002 to join the design team to create the world’s largest aquarium in Atlanta, Georgia. In 2011 he retired and returned to Hawaii.
Bruce has published numerous scientific articles ranging from descriptions of new species of reef fishes, to telemetry work on chambered nautilus, to culture methods for corals. He remains active in the defense of the Hawaiʻi aquarium fishery and continues with research on the chambered nautilus.
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