Humans live in a world of "sight," whales live in a world of sound: ODYSSEY Education Blog, September 1, 2010

Today, we'll begin adding educational blogs to the mix, as Ocean Alliance and the University of Southern Maine continue to track and biopsy whales in the Gulf of Mexico to learn more about the effects of oil and dispersants on the whales themselves, the marine life on which they feed and the Gulf ecosystem that supports them. In this video interview, Iain Kerr, CEO of Ocean Alliance, explains the technology used by researchers and crew aboard Odyssey to locate whales by “liste

ning” for them.
(posted by: Ilana Schoenfeld, Ocean Alliance)

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