[MARMAM] Graduate Student Opportunity in Whale Acoustics at the UW School of Oceanography

William Wilcock wilcock at u.washington.edu
Wed Dec 16 08:35:01 PST 2009

I am a marine geophysicist by training in the School of Oceanography at 
the University of Washington who has fairly recently started working 
using seafloor seismic networks to track baleen whales.  I am looking 
for a new PhD graduate student in this field.  The School of 
Oceanography has an active Biological Oceanography program but it is 
known for studies of small organisms and thus, grad students interested 
in marine bioacoustics would be unlikely to look to the School for 
opportunities.  If you know of any potential graduate students who might 
be interested in my research, please point them in my direction.

My personal web site which describes all my research including this 
opportunity is at
The School of Oceanography web site is at


William Wilcock

    William S. D. Wilcock               Office: MSB 126
   School of Oceanography              Tel: 206-543-6043
  University of Washington             Fax: 206-543-0275
        Box 357940                  wilcock at u.washington.edu
    Seattle WA 98195-7940       http://gore.ocean.washington.edu

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