Articles by Emily Greenhalgh

Pilot whales and Bottlenose dolphins photographed during an April 23, 2018, aerial survey.

Field Work

Aerial Survey Highlights Diversity at Northeast Canyons and Seamounts Marine National Monument

May 10, 2018

Researchers from the Anderson Cabot Center for Ocean Life's Marine Mammal Program conducted an aerial survey of the Northeast Canyons and Seamounts Marine National Monument on April 23, 2018. ...Read More

Dr. Nick Whitney presents in front of a screen.

Conferences and Collaborations

Inspiration, Education, and Exploration at Open Ocean Symposium

February 28, 2018

The latest Open Ocean initiative event from the MIT Media Lab brought together scientists, students, innovators, explorers, storytellers, and even some of our own Anderson Cabot Center researchers....Read More

right whale head at surface

Right Whale Research

Pioneering Feces Research Shows ‘Sky-High’ Stress Levels in Entangled Right Whales

December 5, 2017

New research published by Anderson Cabot Center scientists finds "sky-high" levels of stress hormones in the feces of chronically entangled North Atlantic right whales. ...Read More

Blacktip shark research.

Shark Research

Blacktip Sharks Survivability in Recreational Fisheries

November 22, 2017

A new study found that blacktip sharks (Carcharhinus limbatus) have a better than 90 percent survivability rate for recreational catch and release fishing in Florida....Read More

News & Features

After 15 Right Whale Deaths, Scientists Gather at Annual Meeting

October 23, 2017

After an unprecedented year with 15 North Atlantic right whale deaths on record, the North Atlantic Right Whale Consortium (NARWC) held its annual meeting. ...Read More

Florida manatee.

News & Features

Researchers Awarded Grant to Develop Stress Marker in Manatee Poop

October 17, 2017

Two researchers at the Anderson Cabot Center for Ocean Life at the New England Aquarium have been awarded a $10,000 grant to study the science of manatee poop....Read More