From dolphin health and physiology studies to dolphin rescues due to line entanglements; from Florida to Louisiana to Colombia; the 2014 Nicks n Notches annual report of the Sarasota Dolphin Research Program provides an interesting glimpse of the activities of the SDRP team. You can download a copy (4 MB pdf) for your reading pleasure.
About Blair Irvine, PhD
Blair Irvine helps manage the SDRP website, serves as President of the Dolphin Biology Research Institute, and otherwise volunteers as needed. He started the SDRP in 1970 with then-High School student Randy Wells, and he led the research through the 70’s. Randy took over in the early 80s when Blair changed careers. Since then, his non-dolphin interests have been in the area of human behavioral health. With NIH support, much of his research has involved Internet behavioral interventions and training programs. His graduate degrees are in Zoology (MS), Exercise Physiology (MAPE), and Health Education (PhD).