Managers from the Gulf of the Farallones National Marine Sanctuary came to Peter Klimley in May, asking him to share his permit for the study of Great White Sharks with a researcher from San Diego, Michael Domeier. Klimley turned them down flat because he is critical of Domeier's techniques. Maria Brown, Superintendent of the Farallones Sanctuary, gave Domeier a permit anyway. And in our interview for tonight's report, Brown told me she had never heard any criticism of Domeier's work, before she approved his trip to the Farallones two weeks ago. Clearly, a discrepancy.