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The Decline of North Atlantic Right Whales: Whats Going On?

When: Monday, November 19, 2018, 12:30 pm – 1:45 pm
Where: Cabot 702, The Fletcher School

Join Peter Corkeron as he discusses the decline of the North Atlantic Right Whales. Peter has led the large whale research program at NOAA’s Northeast Fisheries Science Center since 2011. The primary focus of the large whale research program is to assess the status of, and the anthropogenic and ecological factors influencing, North Atlantic right whales. Peters work also includes assessing the effects of noise on large whales, developing new technology to enhance our understanding of whales behavior and ecology, and applying these technologies to improve conservation outcomes for whales.

The Decline of North Atlantic Right Whales: What's Going On?

When: Monday, November 19, 2018, 12:30 pm – 1:45 pm
Where: Cabot 702, The Fletcher School

Join Peter Corkeron as he discusses the decline of the North Atlantic Right Whales. Peter has led the large whale research program at NOAA’s Northeast Fisheries Science Center since 2011. The primary focus of the large whale research program is to assess the status of, and the anthropogenic and ecological factors influencing, North Atlantic right whales. Peter's work also includes assessing the effects of noise on large whales, developing new technology to enhance our understanding of whales' behavior and ecology, and applying these technologies to improve conservation outcomes for whales. ... See MoreSee Less

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The Tufts Environmental Alumni association (TEA) unites Tufts alumni around the world who share a common interest in environmental issues and policies. The association aims to provide its members with information and resources, a venue to share their combined learning and experience, and educational and service opportunities.