VOLUNTEERS FOR RESEARCH, EDUCATION, CONSERVATION
The Dolphin Project, Post Office Box 60753, Savannah Georgia 31420 912-657-3927 firstname.lastname@example.org
Kate Doyle of SSU pictured here with Dr. Lori Muskat and Peach Hubbard of TDP
SSU and TDP Dorsal fin comparisons
at Duke University Marine Lab (DUML) and NC Maritime Museum in Beaufort NC
Dr. Bill McLellen of UNCW, beaked whale skull and TDP's Mary Cirincione
33.5' male sperm whale skeleton hanging from museum ceiling
TDP's Peach Hubbard with Keith Rittmaster, curator of the NC Maritime Museum. Keith retrieves, cleans and rearticulates whale skeletons. He also facilitates the Cape Lookout Studies Program that does Photo-ID like TDP
The Dolphin Project partners with other marine science institutions such as Savannah State University.
In 2015, TDP collaborated with Kate Doyle of SSU to present a poster research report at the South East And Mid-Atlantic Marine Mammal Symposium (SEAMAMMS) at the Virginia Aquarium and Marine Science Center. TDP looks forward to future collaborations with SSU as well as independent rsearch presentations.
SEAMAMMS is a regional student- oriented marine mammal meeting. Preernce is given to marine mammal research conducted in the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast US or conducted by sudents in the same region. 2018 SEAMAMMS will be held in April at Coastal Carolina U. in Conway SC
The Society of Marine Mammology is an international biennial conference. From October 23-27, this 22nd conference will be held in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
1500 scientists, managers, policy makers and student delegates are expected from 65 countries to discuss marine mammal science and conservation strateies.