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SCIENCE IN DEPTH
Greyhound of the Sea, what are you trying to tell me? [more]

NUMBER CRUNCHING
Pathogens are increasingly being flushed into the ocean and may be putting marine mammals and other aquatic organisms at risk. [more]

THIS JUST IN
Prey patches, foraging behavior, fecal DNA, energy requirements, diving limits, prey preferences, and flame retardants. Check out our latest peer reviewed publications…[more]


FROM THE FIELD ...
Searching for bowheads in the Beaufort Sea.
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INTO THE LAB ...
While they might not hold the most glamorous jobs in the world, young science students are contributing to solving serious conservation problems while obtaining real-life training. [more]

Steller sea lion research

SCIENCE OUTREACH
Every spring, graduate students gather in the Pacific Northwest to share their tales of research into the mysterious lives of marine mammals. [more]


 


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