|2004 - present
|| Editor (pinnipeds)
Endangered Species Research
|1996 - 2004
|| Co-editor of the e-mail discussion list
(Marine Mammal Research and Conservation).|
|2000 - 2001
|| Post-doctoral researcher, British Antarctic Survey. Foraging ecology
of Antarctic fur seals in relation to oceanography, Bird Island, South Georgia. |
||Co-investigator. Diving behaviour of humpback whales on their Hawaiian
Islands breeding grounds. Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary
research grant. Principal investigator Dr R.W. Baird. |
| 1996, 1997
||Research assistant. Killer whale diving behaviour, Haro Strait. Principal
investigator Dr R.W. Baird. |
| 1995 - 1999
||PhD Research in the Gully, Nova Scotia (northern bottlenose whales).
Skipper 1996 - 1999.|
| 1996 - 1999
||Nova Scotia Stranding Network: monitoring and response team for stranded
||Research assistant. Sperm whale photo-identification, Galapagos Islands.
Principal investigators J. Christal, Dr H. Whitehead.|
| Summer 1994
|| Research assistant. Photo-identification of fin and sperm whales,
acoustic calibration of dolphin abundance, Ligurian Sea, Mediterranean. Dr J.
| Summer 1993
|| Research assistant. Minke whale study, Isle of Mull, Scotland.|
| 1991 - 1992
|| Leader of Oxford University Undergraduate Expedition "Kokako '91" to
Rotoehu Forest, New Zealand (a Royal Geographical Society approved expedition).
Objective: a nocturnal radio-tracking investigation of the effects of poisoning
the ship rat, a predator of endemic native birds such as the Kokako. 7 weeks fieldwork.|