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February 13, 2018

Woods Hole Science Organizations Collaborate to Involve Students in Real-time Whale Research

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NEFSC's Heather Heenehan (right) with SEA Semester student Maddie Ouellette from the University of New England listening to live whale sounds during the 2017 Caribbean research voyage.

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NOAA Northeast Fisheries Science Service

An undergraduate research voyage in the Caribbean with SEA Semester presents a perfect opportunity for scientists from NOAA’s Northeast Fisheries Science Center (NEFSC) to continue their research on humpback whales.

For the past six years, a scientist from the NEFSC’s marine mammal acoustics group has joined one of the annual at-sea portions of a Sea Education Association (SEA) course. This year, the Colonization to Conservation in the Caribbean course will include Genevieve Davis, a marine mammal scientist in the passive acoustics research group at the Center’s Woods Hole Laboratory.

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