Heceta Head Conference

I had the good fortune to present a poster on our research at the Heceta Head Conference this past Saturday.  It stood as a stark reminder for me that 1) what we study is both interesting and important and 2) that even though the data processing is quite tedious, the results are still highly anticipated- by myself, my research team, and the greater community of humans invested in the ocean.
To that effect I wanted to upload the poster so that anyone stumbling on our blog would see (in a nutshell) how our research is unfolding.


Download the poster here: Heceta Head Coastal Conference Poster


About Michelle Fournet

Michelle Fournet is a Wildlife Science PhD student with the Oregon State University Research Collective for Applies Acoustics (ORCAA) and a research contributor with the Alaska Whale Foundation, where she formerly headed the Rapunzel Project. She can be contacted at michelle.fournet@gmail.com.
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2 Responses to Heceta Head Conference

  1. Alexa Milman says:

    Miche, the poster looks great!! 🙂

  2. Nicole says:

    Awesome poster Miche!

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