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This Week's Buttery Specials

*Some prices have changed due to the recent increase in meals tax
Monday
Chicken Tenders w/ Chips and Side Greens
SOUP: Chicken Rice / Black Bean  
Sandwiches, Pizza, Salad Bar


Tuesday
Chili Dogs w/ Chips and Cole Slaw  
Soup: Beef Barley / Tomato Vegetable 
Sandwiches, Pizza, Salad


Wednesday
Cheese Tortellin in a Kale Pesto w/ Ceasar Salad 
Soup: Chicken Noodle / Lentil
Sandwiches, Pizza, Salad Bar


Thursday
Broccoli and Cheese Stuffed Chicken 
Soup: Kale / Roasted Vegetable
Sandwiches, Pizza, Salad Bar


Friday

Baked Haddock w/ Rice and Vegetable

Soup:Clam Chowder / Red Lentil Squash

Sandwiches, Pizza, and Salad Bar



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Peter Tyack Peter Tyack
Scientist Emeritus
Biology

Office Phone: +1 508 289 2818
Fax: +1 508 457 2041
ptyack@whoi.edu


WHOI Mailing Address:
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
266 Woods Hole Rd.
MS# 50
Woods Hole, MA 02543-1050
Other WHOI Addresses:
Lab: Marine Research Facility 232 (MS# 50)
Lab: Marine Research Facility 234 (MS# 50)
Lab: Marine Research Facility 236 (MS# 50)
Lab: Marine Research Facility 238 (MS# 50)

Education

A.B. Harvard University, 1976, Biology
Ph.D. Rockefeller University, 1982,
Animal Behavior

Research Interests

Social behavior and acoustic communication in cetaceans; vocal learning and mimicry in the natural communication systems of cetaceans; individually distinctive signature signals, vocal learning, and mimicry in the bottlenose dolphin and the sperm whale; acoustic structure and social functions of the songs of baleen whales; responses of cetaceans to human noise; playback to cetaceans of their own and conspecific vocalizations; development of methods to identify which cetacean produces a sound within a social group of conspecifics.

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