Merry D. Camhi

Waters, according to Merry D. Camhi have coursed through her entire life: from the chance meeting of her future husband on the mudflats of Shark River in New Jersey to her graduate work on sea turtles to editing Sharks of the Open Ocean (Wiley-Blackwell, 2008). She serves as the content coordinator of AMNH’s exhibit on water.

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