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From California to Sarasota, Florida: A community college student and marine mammal research

  I am a Marine Biology major and come from a non-research based community college in Southern California. Under mentorship of my former marine biology professor, I was fortunate to have the opportunity to conduct environmental research at California State University, Long Beach. This prepared me both physically and mentally to participate in this intellectually […]

Developing skills for application to dolphin conservation in Mauritius

My desire to study to marine mammals started at the age of five. In college, I have had the opportunity to augment my knowledge on this topic. As a human ecologist, I see science strongly intertwined with humans – in both a positive and negative way. My interest with the effects of human interactions on […]