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Cody Carlyle | Studying Endangered North Atlantic Right Whales From Space

January 30, 2023

10:30 am to 11:15 am EST

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01/30/2023 10:30 am 01/30/2023 11:15 am Europe/London Cody Carlyle | Studying Endangered North Atlantic Right Whales From Space -

Cody Carlyle | Studying Endangered North Atlantic Right Whales From Space

Cody has conducted research in all 3 of Canada's oceans, including 5 visits to the Arctic along the way for fieldwork. His initial research looked at how sea ice impacts where ringed seals live and what they eat in the Canadian Arctic. This got him interested in what marine mammals can tell us about the health of our oceans and how we can better study these elusive animals. Currently, as a PhD student at the University of New Brunswick, Cody is studying how to use high resolution satellite images to find and count whales from space. He hopes this work can improve our knowledge on whale populations to better avoid human impacts on species like endangered North Atlantic right whales.

January 30, 2023

10:30 am to 11:15 am EST

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01/30/2023 10:30 am 01/30/2023 11:15 am Europe/London Cody Carlyle | Studying Endangered North Atlantic Right Whales From Space -

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