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Julia is studying the effects of prey type, patch size, and density on the fine scale foraging behavior of large whales.
PhD / Students
Courtney's project focuses on developing mobile applications for conservation issues in Hawaii, including spinner dolphin harassment issues
Heather Heenehan is currently a visiting Assistant Professor at the University of New England in Maine.
Lydia’s master’s project is looking at remora presence on Hawaiian spinner dolphins on the west coast of the Island of Hawaii to determine the reason behind why spinner dolphins exhibit the aerial behavior of spinning.
Jaime’s Master’s Project involves analyzing gray and harbor seal stranding and bycatch data in Southern New England.
Sean's project began to evaluate how the Tohoku tsunami event impacted the anthropogenic boat noise level in Hawaii.
Jerry is currently a Postdoctoral Scholar at the Monterey Bay Aquarium
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