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BS chemistry Lycoming College: MEd science curriculum Lesley College
The location and shapes of cetacean pelvic remnants.
I have participated in the necropsies of over fifty large whales and over one hundred porpoise and dolphins. In addition I have visited several museums and universities with whale collections to photograph the pelvic bones of various cetaceans.
I am a retired high school science teacher who involved students in whale necropsies for many years. I collect, photograph and catalog the pelvic remnants of a wide variety of cetaceans. Some of these photographs can be seen on the WHOI web site at http://www.whoi.edu/science/B/whalepelvics.
Disarticulating cetaceans of all sizes.
Locating and extracting pelvic remnants.
Making molds and casting small bones.
American Society of Mammalogists:
National Wildlife Rehabilitators Association
High School Leadership Award - Clarkson University:
Inspirational Teacher Award - Amherst College:
Commonwealth of Massachusetts Office of Environmental Affairs award for the Endangered Species and Marine Mammal Program