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Whales in an Urban Ocean: Lessons on Coexistence (Portland, Apr 9)

Join us in welcoming Dr. Scott Kraus, VP of Research at New England Aquarium and Census of Marine Life scientist on Thursday, April 9 at 2 pm and 7 pm at the Gulf of Maine Research Institute.

Using North Atlantic Right Whales as a model, Dr. Kraus and others have examined the effects of oceanic urbanization on whales. Although challenging, recent advances in both science and management show it is possible to manage ourselves in ways that will support both human activities and whales.

Find out more by attending this informative lecture - part of the ongoing Sea State 4.0 lecture series, Life in the the Gulf of Maine: Past, Present, and Future, hosted by GoMA and GMRI. The lectures are free, but seating is limited. RSVP to Susan Ryan or 207-228-1680.

Image credit: S. Ryan

Spring 2009 Issue of Discover the Gulf of Maine Newsletter

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