Research and Conservation

Program Overview

Marine mammal research

Marine mammal research began at Harbor Branch in 1996 with a National Marine Fisheries Service-authorized project to photo-identify and catalog every bottlenose dolphin in the Indian River Lagoon. From these roots the work has expanded and diversified into a research and conservation enterprise spanning multiple species and ecosystems, and today it yields insights into issues affecting oceans and human health.


Programs

 


Links

NOAA National Marine Fisheries Service
Clearwater Marine Aquarium
Dolphin Conservation Station at Marineland
Emerald Coast Wildlife Refuge
Gulf World Marine Institute
Hubbs Sea World Research Institute 
Marine Animal Rescue Society 
Marine Mammal Conservancy 
Mote Marine Laboratory 
Sea World Orlando 
Marine Mammal Careers 

Last Modified 4/4/14