research | at-sea biology

(c) Ed Standora

at-sea behavior, movements, and physiology

Marine species like sea turtles, seabirds, and some marine mammals spend about as much time on land in their lives that you spend at the barbershop, while most species spend no time on land at all. So, understanding of what they do in their marine habitats is vital to creating effective conservation strategies. My research has used various electronic, satellite, and video technologies to track animals during natural, at-sea behaviors.

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