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Marine Mammal Research

Tuesday, 22 October 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
2100 Bridgeway, Sausalito, CA 94965, USA
Hours of Operation: Open 7-00 PM / Closed 9-00 PM

Description

Evening with scientist, Dr. Ellen Hines, as she reports on her fascinating Fulbright Fellowship work doing surveys off coastline of Malaysia and measuring bones in Vietnamese whale temples! Dr.Hines, Associate Director of Romberg Tiburon Center for Environmental Studies, Professor in Geography at SF State University. Research addresses population and community ecology of threatened and endangered species in local conservation efforts and regional scale coastal and marine management science. Emphasis is on the evolution of consistent standards of field methods and monitoring techniques, and the creation of educational materials that can be applied to community-based conservation planning. Dr.Hines has extensive experience in GIS remote sensing for marine/coastal spatial planning. She has conducted research in Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Myanmar, Belize. Dr.Hines has been researching dugongs/coastal dolphins/porpoises along the eastern Gulf of Thailand since 2003. She is committed to collaborating with developing country scientists to solve conservation problems threatening marine mammals.
ZIP code: 94965
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