Sixgill Sharks and Ocean Dead Zones

Hello my fellow swimmers!

It’s a bit late, but I submit to the latest episode of AquaCast! This episode we tackle Sixgill Sharks and Ocean dead zones. Have a listen, and enjoy! For more information, please explore the bibliography below.

Enjoy, and Keep Swimming!

By NOAA Ocean Explorer from USA – Sixgill Shark, CC BY-SA 2.0,

Sixgill Shark resources


Froese, Rainer and Pauly, Daniel, eds. (2017).Hexanchus griseus in FishBase. 01 2017 version.


“Huge deep sea shark scavenges food”. BBC Earth Website. 2/26/2017


Cook, S. F.; L. J. V. Compagno (2005).Hexanchus griseus. IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2010.1. International Union for Conservation of Nature. Retrieved 2/26/2017.


Wikipedia. “Bluntnose Sixgill Shark” Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation. Last Edited 01/22/2017. Accessed 2/26/2017.


Werner, Michael; Campbell, Katie. “Searching for the Mystery Sharks of Seattle” Cascade Public Media. Published June 22, 2016. Accessed. February 26, 2017.


Xavier G, KCTS9 Staff. “Sixgill Sharks: Puget Sound’s Open Secret.” Cascade Public Media. Piublished June 16, 2016. Accessed 2/28/2016.


Puget Sound Dead Spots Sources

Dissolved oxygen and hypozia in Puget Sound (June, 2016) Encyclopedia of Puget Sound, retrieved 12/15/2017

NOAA(10/10/2017) What is a dead zone? (Rerieved 12/15/2017) National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

Gulf Hypoxia (2017) Journey with Nature (Retrieved 12/15/2017) The Nature Conservancy

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