Mobile Apps

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Apps
Foraging Ecology of Humpbacks in Alaska
Assessing the foraging ecology of humpback whales in Southeast Alaska, using wildlife telemetry and active acoustics.
Research
Courtney Edwards
Courtney's project focuses on developing mobile applications for conservation issues in Hawaii, including spinner dolphin harassment issues
Graduate
Heather Heenehan
Heather Heenehan's research focuses on spinner dolphins and marine bioacoustics in Hawaii.
PhD
Amanda Banks
Graduate
Sara Coleman
Graduate
Robyn Walker
Graduate
Brianne Kiester
Graduate
Megan O’Toole
Graduate
TJ Young
Graduate
Lydia Utley
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.
Graduate
Jaime Frungillo
Jaime’s Master’s Project involves analyzing gray and harbor seal stranding and bycatch data in Southern New England.
Graduate
Sean Stanton
Sean's project began to evaluate how the Tohoku tsunami event impacted the anthropogenic boat noise level in Hawaii.
Graduate
Tourism in Palau
Video
Their Right to Rest
Video
Antarctica – Beyond the Ice
Video
Jerry Moxley
Jerry is currently focusing on the foraging ecology of rebounding gray seal populations off of Cape Cod for his PhD dissertation.
PhD / Students
Pagophilic Seals and Climate Change
Assessing how gray, harbor, harp and hooded seals are responding to climate variability and global change.
Climate / Research / Seals
Ecology of Antarctic Marine Megafauna
Marine predators and the Palmer Station Long-term Ecological Research (LTER) Program
Climate / Research
Demi Fox
Graduate
Hunter Jones
Graduate
Liza Hoos
Using spatial analysis and habitat suitability modeling software, Liza iidentified particular areas in the NWHI that provide essential resting habitat for spinner dolphins.
Graduate
Coastal Walkabout
The Coastal Walkabout Project develops and deploys freely available smartphone tools for collecting data on the presence of coastal marine species and threats.
Research
Julia Burrows
Julia is studying the effects of prey type, patch size, and density on the fine scale foraging behavior of large whales.
PhD / Students
Research Independent Study (Biology 297)
Teaching
Special Topics: Marine Wilderness Concepts and Conservation
Teaching
Special Topics: Marine Mammals and Climate (Environ 298S)
Teaching
Marine Mammals (Biology 126, 226)
Teaching
Marine Megafauna (Biology 177)
Teaching
Marine Conservation (ENVIRON 177)
Teaching
Mid-Atlantic Grey Seals
Studying how seals use coastal and pelagic waters, and how their movements and foraging efforts may overlap with human activities and predator occurrence
Research / Seals
SAPPHIRE Project
An integrative research program to assess distribution, abundance, and behavior of Hawaiian spinner dolphins in proposed closure areas using a suite of visual and acoustic techniques.
Research / Spinner dolphins