I wonder...

...well, many things, I hope!

The material posted in the following pages serves to help you explore many of the things you're likely wondering about. If I've missed something you're dying to know more about, give me a shout and I'll do my best to satisfy your curiosity.

As an educator, I am acutely aware of the fact that many people engage best with material that they find substantively relevant. To this end, the dual purpose of these pages are to: 1) provide important contextual information regarding our 2014 whale research, and 2) to create opportunities for you to explore.

Here's a sketch-up of what I've got planned for the additional pages in this blog:

  • Humpback Whales 101

  • Whaling

  • Oceania Humpbacks

  • Marine Development in the SW Pacific

  • Marine Conservation in the SW Pacific

  • Human Migrations Across Oceania

  • Whales: Vehicles of Educational Achievement?

  • A 3000 year-old question…

  • Awesome Animal Migrations

  • Humpback Migration and Navigation

  • 21st Century Animal Tracking

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