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LATEST NEWS

NEW PAPER: 

Foraging ecology of the common dolphin Delphinus delphis revealed by stable isotope analysis 

15 October 2020

About us

The Cetacean Ecology Research Group (CERG), known formally as the Coastal-Marine Research Group (C-MRG), was established at Massey University, Albany, New Zealand in 2000. Now under the auspices of the School of Natural and Computational Sciences (SNCS), CERG undertakes a wide array of marine mammal research within and beyond New Zealand.

Our team of staff and postgraduate students investigate largely conservation and management orientated questions. Research foci include health and anthropogenic impacts affecting cetacean populations, strandings causation and response investigations and biology and life history studies. While long-term research programmes focus on common dolphins and long-finned pilot whales, the team also works on elusive Southern Ocean species including the hourglass dolphin and spectacled porpoise.

 

For more information see our research and publications.

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Cetacean Ecology Research Group

School of Natural and Mathematical Sciences

Private Bag 102 904

Albany, Auckland 0745

New Zealand / Aotearoa

KEY CONTACT

Assoc Prof Karen Stockin  

       k.a.stockin@massey.ac.nz

       + 64 9 4140800 ext 43614     

       + 64 9 4439790

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