SnotBot goes tagging
Ocean Alliance has developed a new, less invasive method for deploying non-invasive suction-cup biologging tags on whales. During an expedition to the Gulf of California in 2022, we were the first to successfully tag blue and fin whales using a UAV-based deployment method.
Drones for Whale Research
This is a time of unprecedented innovation. Drones are democratizing science and profoundly changing whale research. They are empowering scientists, explorers and educators, and their full potential has not yet been realized.
SnotBot goes tagging!
Ocean Alliance has developed a new, less invasive method for the deployment of non-invasive suction cup biologging tags on whales.
Old Paint Factory, New Headquarters
With a generous grant from the Annenberg Foundation, Ocean Alliance purchased the iconic Tarr & Wonson Paint Manufactory in Gloucester, Mass. Here we are a catalyst for the new blue economy.
Southern Right Whale Program
For more than 50 years, Ocean Alliance has studied Southern right whales in Península Valdés, Argentina – for the past 26 years with our sister organization, Instituto de Conservación de Ballenas.
Whales have the capacity to capture people's hearts and minds — an empowered youth can change the world!
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WE INNOVATE BY CREATING NON-INVASIVE RESEARCH SOLUTIONS TO STUDY WHALES WITHOUT HARASSING OR HARMING THEM.SEE OUR RESEARCH PROJECTS
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