SEA's BRS Data Directly Applied to Population Consequences of Disturbance

We are excited to share with you the first published article that directly applies SEA’s 10+ year BRS data collection to population consequences of disturbance in blue whales!

SEA announces publication of new article in Marine Ecology Series

SEA is proud to announce the publication of a new article featured in the latest issue of Marine Ecology Series, featuring senior scientist Brandon Southall and SEA’s friend and colleague, Kelly Benoit-Bird.

USS Cole Participates in SEA-DUKE Marine Mammal Study

Southall Environmental Associates and Duke University team up in an Atlantic marine mammal behavioral response study, using the original USS Cole! Click here to follow the Duke University blog. Click here for more information on the USS Cole’s involvement. {photo credit by H.J. Foley; NMFS permit #22156}

Eight-Year Animal Behavior Study on Male Northern Eseal Ontogeny is Published

Read a new paper just published by SEA post-doc, Caroline Casey, about male northern elephant seal ontogeny. She and a group of scientists conducted an eight-year study with animals living on the Ano Nuevo breeding rookery, studying their vocal displays, home ranges, and social behavior over time. {photo credit: B. Southall; taken under NMFS permit #19108}

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