Guy Harvey Magazine

SUM 2013

Guy Harvey Magazine is focused on fishing, boating, scuba diving, and marine conservation. Portfolios from the world's best fishing photographers, articles on gear, travel, tournaments, apparel, lifestyle, seafood recipes, sustainable fisheries.

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CONTRIBUTOR'S PROFILE RAUL BOESEL, JR. Growing up next to the ocean in Key Biscayne, Raul was fascinated by the sea from a very young age. "My parents got me an eight-foot dingy with a four-horsepower outboard when I was about 10 years old," he says. "I was able to GOT PADDLEBOARDS? (877) SUPS 4 YOU explore the canals and bay, and on a fat day, I ventured ofshore. It was the frst time I saw MADE blue water. At that moment, I knew the ocean USA would play a big role in my life. What that role in thE was, I had no idea at the time." As the years passed, Raul became an accomplished freediver, eventually combining his freediving with photography as he traveled around the globe. Raul believes that freediving allows him to approach fsh without them feeling threatened or disturbed, which allows him to capture the most natural behavior. "By combining freediving with photography, I believe it opens up many new opportunities to interact with animals that would otherwise be impossible with a scuba tank," says Raul. His work has been featured in art galleries and exhibits from Miami to Brazil as well as by National Geographic, Discovery Channel and numerous other outlets. See his work at raulboesel.com. DR. KEVAN L. MAIN Kevan Main works at Mote Marine Laboratory, where she directs the Mote Aquaculture Research Park in Sarasota, Florida. She also is a senior scientist and manager of Mote's Marine and Freshwater Aquaculture Research Program. Dr. Main has a passion for aquaculture and received her PhD in biological sciences at Florida State University, where she successfully replicated natural shrimp and fsh behavior in constructed seagrass systems in the laboratory. This approach has led to success in breeding marine fsh in controlled systems. In February of this year, Dr. Main completed her term as president of the World Aquaculture Society and she has worked closely with private and public aquaculture and fsheries leaders around the globe. She has published seven books and more than 60 peerreviewed publications.

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