How has the Covid pandemic helped whales in Monterey Bay

UCSC researcher and SEA colleague, Dr. Ari Friedlaender, tells KSQD community radio about some exciting new research being conducted here in Monterey Bay. How are whale stress hormone levels affected while ocean waters are quieter during a pandemic? Hear this story for yourself by clicking this link! Read about this research project in the Mercury News by clicking here! [photo credit: Cypress Hansen; NMFS permit # 20430].

New Paper on Decreasing Body Lengths of North Atlantic Right Whales

SEA and NOAA scientist, John Durban, writes about decreasing body lengths in North Atlantic Right Whales. Click here for more details!

Low Frequency Shipping Noise During COVID-19 Pandemic: A New Paper!

There is an exciting new publication by MBARI researcher, John Ryan, and SEA president, Brandon Southall! Learn more about how researchers are looking at the effects the Covid-19 pandemic has made with regards to low-frequency shipping noise levels in Monterey Bay.

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 an article featured in an issue of the Marine Ecology Series, featuring senior scientist Brandon Southall and SEA’s friend and colleague, Kelly Benoit-Bird.

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