What It’s Like To Do Orca Studies In The Antarctic With Dr. Andrew Wright

By February 21, 2018Marine Biology
Field Work in Antarctica Orcas

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Dr. Andrew Wright joins on the podcast to discuss his experience working in the Antarctic collecting acoustic information on Type C Orcas within the newly implemented Ross Sea Marine Protected Area. He tells us how he got there, what he saw, what saw him, safety precautions he had to take and more!!! If you want to be a field biologist, you need to listen to Andrew’s interview!!!

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