Spend ten days in the Bahamas tracking and monitoring whales and dolphins to help conserve these animals globally and locally.
Marine scientist Diane Claridge and acoustic scientist Charlotte Dunn (both of
Bahamas Marine Mammal Survey) are studying whales and dolphins in this area to find out how many live there, where they live, and whether we can track individuals using their vocalizations. This information will contribute to a conservation and management plan for the area, and will provide data on deep-diving whales that are most vulnerable to military sonars.
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