Mandy Migura Wildlife Biologist Consulting Meet Mandy Migura – the 3rd female scientist featured in our Women Doing Science blog series! Master of Science in Biology; Bachelor of Science in Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences From research biologist to federal regulator and now business owner, Mandy shares her experience of working with marine mammals and people. […]
These Girl Scout Juniors from Dallas, Texas are promoting alternatives to single-use plastics. In this video, the girls share five simple ways that you can use less plastic to help the Earth and its ocean creatures. Take their anti-plastics pledge in honor of Earth Day this month!
During the WHICEAS 2020 survey, the scientific crew of the NOAA R/V Oscar Elton Sette conducted a line-transect survey for cetaceans (whales and dolphins) and seabirds offshore of the main Hawaiian Islands. This winter season survey was conducted from mid-January through mid-March and included simultaneous visual observations and passive acoustic monitoring to record vocalizing cetaceans […]
Amy Whitt was recently certified as a Project Management Professional (PMP)®. Known as the most important industry-recognized certification for project managers, PMP is an internationally recognized professional designation offered by the Project Management Institute. Amy joins the group of over 932,720 active PMP-certified individuals who span 218 countries and territories. To earn this recognition, PMPs demonstrate […]
Danielle Zaveta Data Analyst & Fisheries Scientist Consulting Meet Danielle Zaveta – the 2nd female scientist featured in our Women Doing Science blog series! M.S. Marine, Estuarine, and Environmental Science B.S. Biology (Marine Biology concentration) What is your current job title(s) and position(s)? Right now, I am a Project Manager and Data Analyst at a […]