2019 Field Season: Trip 7, 8, 9
End of Season Blog – A challenging end to our field season. After a spectacular season of trips and data collection during May, June and July, our August trips were challenged by weather and other issues. We escaped the brunt of Hurricane Dorian but with the approaching storm we ended
2019 Field Season: Trip 1
Finally, the 35th field season has started! We had a great first trip with dolphins and with our passengers aboard R/V Stenella. Our encounters weren’t the longest, but we had a lot and we saw just about everything. We had Atlantic spotted dolphins, bottlenose dolphins, interspecies interactions, crater feeding, play,
2018 Field Season: Trip 8 & E.A.R. update
TRIP 8 – E.A.R. work and finding our missing dolphins! By Dr. Denise Herzing Well, after reviewing two months of E.A.R. (Ecological Acoustic Recorder) data we began seeing a clear pattern for one of our locations. Using this knowledge, we set out on Trip 8 to find some of the
Can you hear me now?
Watch the deployment on YouTube: https://youtu.be/IWNKRhyO5GI Researchers all over the world have turned to Passive Acoustic Monitoring (P.A.M.) as a technique to record underwater audio signals from marine mammals. PAM systems are typically deployed and sit on the bottom or hang in the water column attached to the bottom at various