IT TAKES A VILLAGE
We published a paper in Scientific Reports that covers a study of beluga whale group structure and kinship.
It spanned 20 years, four countries ... and more than a few cold nights in a tent!
Watch the video here to learn more about group structure and kinship in beluga whale societies or read the study by clicking the link below:
WHERE DO DOLPHINS GO AT NIGHT?
This study published in Animal Biotelemetry on nocturnal behavior reveals how individual dolphins in the Indian River Lagoon system in Florida have very unique movement patterns and habitat preferences at night- regularly traveling out to the ocean and also up rivers and freshwater canals.
Watch a video here or
Read the study by clicking the link below:
STELLER SEA LIONS
Working with a team of scientists, web contributed to new research on the demographic consequences of dispersal and colonization in Endangered Steller sea lions.
Get the publication in the Journal of Mammalogy by clicking the link below:
LIFE ON THE EDGE
Working with our team at HBOI, FAU Funder just launched our first crowd funding campaign,
'Life on the Edge'
We're hoping you can help us raise funds to get back to the Arctic to conduct crucial studies on beluga whale vulnerability and resilience in this time of rapid change.
Thanks for your support!
RESEARCH IN ACTION
Greg presented a virtual lecture on beluga resilience and survival in a changing climate as part of FAU's Research in Action series.
View the lecture and follow up Q&A session here:
July 10, 2020