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Sunset off the dock.

Right Whale Research

A Quiet Place

July 16, 2018

It's the third blog from our Right Whale Team's summer field season! Things are still quiet out on the Bay. ...Read More

MCAF Fellow John Flynn teaches the MBiTs about sea turtles.

Marine Conservation Action Fund

Inspiring the Next Generation of Ocean Leaders

July 11, 2018

Who better to inspire the next generation of ocean protectors than the conservations leaders who are actually on the ground (or in the water) doing this great work? ...Read More

The Odyssey

Field Work

The Good, The Bad, The Unphotographed

July 10, 2018

A camera-shy whale gave our Right Whale Team the run around on their first day on the water this 2018 field season. ...Read More

Marine Conservation Action Fund

A Tale of Two Right Whales

July 9, 2018

Our scientists have been helping the North Atlantic right whale for decades, but did you know that the Anderson Cabot Center is also working to support another right whale species?...Read More

Busted shed on Dock.

Right Whale Research

Start of the 2018 Right Whale Field Season

June 29, 2018

Our Right Whale Research Team has started its 38th field season in the Bay of Fundy! ...Read More

Three oceanic whitetip sharks off of Cat Island, The Bahamas.

Shark Research

Oceanic Whitetip Sharks in VR: Google Expeditions off Cat Island

June 26, 2018

The research team from the Anderson Cabot Center and our partners are bringing conservation efforts to the classroom with Google Expeditions....Read More

[IMG] Biodiversity of Cashes Ledge.

News & Features

We Support Science-Based Decision-Making for Healthy Oceans

June 20, 2018

The Anderson Cabot Center for Ocean Life responds to the new National Ocean Policy released by the White House....Read More

[IMG] Children at 2018 World Oceans Day try on aerial survey equipment.

Events

Showcasing Science at World Oceans Day

June 12, 2018

Scientists and researchers from the Anderson Cabot Center for Ocean Life joined dedicated New England Aquarium educators to help put a spotlight on ocean science at the 2018 World Oceans Day....Read More

[IMG] Solomon Daviela practices Line Intersect Transects with Dr. Frejaville

Marine Conservation Action Fund

MCAF Update: Coral Reef Project Leads to New Opportunities for Students in Madagascar

June 8, 2018

With support in part from MCAF, a team of scientists established a monitoring program to track effects of climate change, fishing regulations, and other human impacts on the reefs of Nosy Ankao....Read More

[IMG] Lisa stands by to biopsy the right whale.

Right Whale Research

Successful Spring for Biopsy Collection

June 5, 2018

It was a successful spring for our right whale team and their spring biopsy sampling project with Northeast Fisheries Science Center....Read More

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

[PIC] Right whale #3823 after Biopsy

Right Whale Research

An Inconsistent Spring for Right Whales in Cape Cod Bay

April 19, 2018

This is the third spring in a row our team has collaborated with NOAA to collect biopsy samples from individual right whales for which we have no genetic information....Read More

Field Work

Investigating Movement Patterns and Temperature Preferences of Thorny Skate

April 5, 2018

Dr. Jeff Kneebone talks about thorny skate populations in the Gulf of Maine and the tagging efforts of researchers from the Anderson Cabot Center. ...Read More

Conferences and Collaborations

How Selective Breeding Could Improve Aquaculture Sustainability

March 23, 2018

Members of Fisheries and Aquaculture Solutions team talked about solutions to seafood sustainability at the Boston Seafood Expo. ...Read More