Show your commitment to cetaceans AND public health! We now offer a cute whale themed face mask via our Teespring shop! As always, all proceeds go directly towards educational programs and research. Get one today, and check out our other merch while you're there.
The Marine & Coastal Ecology Research Center was recently featured in SEVENSEAS Marine Conservation & Travel Issue 11, April 2016. Our very own Mithriel MacKay and Cathy Bacon describe the Puerto Rice Humpback Whale Research Project found on page 96. Click here to view the SEVENSEAS Marine Conservation & Travel Issue 11, April 2016
Humpback Whale Field Intensive Program in Turks and Caicos with the Marine and Coastal Ecology Research Center (MCERC) (and turtle ecology too!) Week-long sessions available starting January 07, 2017. Each week is limited to 4 spots and may be used as internship experience (for those desiring to use this opportunity as a CV builder!). There [...]
Closed for the 2016 research season. Application will be accepted in August 2016 for the 2017 winter. It's that time again! Call for applications for Research Assistant positions for the Puerto Rico Humpback Whale Project with The Marine and Coastal Ecology Research Center Duration: December 29, 2014 - May 01, 2016 Four full time Research [...]
Manatee in Puerto Rico: July 30-August 10, 2015 Experimental Design in Feeding Ecology of Marine Mammals (and some fantastic snorkeling too!) Click HERE to register!!! The Marine and Coastal Ecology Research Center (MCERC) is offering a 12 day field intensive program; Experimental Design in Feeding Ecology of Marine Mammals. No experience necessary. Undergrads, newly [...]
The deadline to apply for the 2014 internships has been extended to September 30th. This will allow the post to hit the MARMAM email list. If you sent in a letter of interest and a CV, please expect to hear from us in early October!
The Marine and Coastal Ecology Research Center is inviting interested students to participate in the third season for 7 day field intensive focused on cetacean behavioral ecology in Puerto Rico. No experience is necessary to participate! Join our research team studying humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) wintering off Puerto Rico. Space is limited to 4 students [...]