DCP Webinars Continue!
DCP launched our free webinar series in 2020. We were thrilled to have our live participants and are happy that each program is recorded and accessible at any time on our website and on our YouTube channel.
Dolphin Lessons are geared toward elementary ages. Live Dolphin Lessons require a password to join. Dolphin Lessons generally run 20 – 30 minutes.
Deep Dives have ages 14+ in mind, but everyone is welcome. Live Deep Dives now require a password to join. Deep Dives run 40 – 60 minutes.
Missed the last few live talks? Catch the recordings:
DCP Deep Dive: Photo-identification of dolphins, what can it tell us?
Bottlenose dolphins are fascinating animals that are studied in a lot of places in the world. Scientists use their dorsal fins to individually identify them and unravel their social structure. For this talk, we head away from DCP’s field sites to dive in with Joëlle De Weerdt to learn more about the dolphins she studies off Nicaragua.
Joëlle is a Belgian marine biologist pursuing a PhD in Marine biology at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (@VUBrussel), Belgium. She started her own research project with the non-profit organization Association ELI-S (@association.elis) she founded in 2016. The Cetacean Conservation Project of Nicaragua is a community-based conservation project based on a scientific program that gathers baseline data on whales and dolphins occurring along the Pacific coast of Nicaragua in Central America.
This Deep Dive is geared toward ages 14+, but all are welcome.
Originally Recorded: Tuesday 23 May 2023, 10:00 am ET (New York, Miami)
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Contact DCP for the password: info[at]dcpmail[dot]org
Recording on our YouTube channel or right here, on our website.