Diving with a swarm of sea lions really keeps you on your toes! Take a look at some stills and footage from a very fun encounter with over 50 sea … Continue reading Sea Lion Party!
This weekend, I participated in the Monterey Shootout, an underwater photography competition that brought tons of talented divers out to shoot the colorful marine fauna of Monterey Bay. I had … Continue reading Monterey Shootout 2017
Here’s a video I put together to summarize one of the best weeks of my life. I was so happy to share California’s kelp forests & wild islands with one … Continue reading A love letter to California’s underwater ecosystems
Our trip took us as far North as Coral Bay (23.1447° S, 113.7764° E) and as far south as Bremer Bay (34.3940° S, 119.3760° E). We spent 8 nights staying … Continue reading 5,000 kilometers later: A voyage along the Western Australian coast
February and March were full of travel, between site visits, meetings, and interviews in San Diego, Chicago, MIT, Woods Hole, Durham, Beaufort, Santa Cruz, and Berkeley. Here are photos from … Continue reading Grad School Site Visits & Interviews
Whale Watching on the Blackfin with one of my co-authors, Alisa Schulman-Janiger (naturalist extraordinaire), and Captain Nancy Black. Here is a video of a spectacular breach, which happened no more … Continue reading American Cetacean Society Meeting Whale Watching Trip
Went on a whale watching trip on October 22nd, 32 miles into the Pacific Ocean to the Farallon Islands. We saw tons of whales and some very spectacular breaching behavior.
Went on an awesome whale watching trip in May, 2016 with my family.
On August 13th, I embarked on my third scientific research cruise. We left from San Diego and arrived, about ten days later, in San Francisco. We were calibrating sensors for inorganic … Continue reading RV Oceanus Research Cruise August 2016
This summer, I spent two months in Russia conducting electrophysiological studies on sleep in marine mammals, including northern fur seals and beluga whales. There were four main projects we focused … Continue reading Marine Mammal Studies in Russia
On February 23rd, I did two collection dives with my dive buddy, Tim Herrlinger, for the Lophotrochozoa Exploration lab for the Invertebrate Zoology class at Berkeley (IB103LF). We collected tons of … Continue reading Monterey Collection Dives
Joined one of my co-authors for my recent publication in Aquatic Mammals, Alisa Schulman-Janiger, aboard the Magician and saw tons of gray whales and humpbacks.