The Caribbean Cetacean Communication Project focuses on a novel approach to understanding vocal and non-vocal means of communication between conspecifics.
The multidisciplinary approach incorporates an equal emphasis on behavioral ecology, acoustics, comparative anatomy & physiology, and evolutionary biology. The goal is to further investigate communication between adults and calves in close proximity to each other and across long distances.
Mithriel M. MacKay, Ph.D.
Marine Mammal Behavioral Ecology
Director of Research and Education
Marine and Coastal Ecology Research Center Inc.
Kerri Seger, Ph.D.
Biological Oceanography & Acoustics
Joy S. Reidenberg, Ph.D.
Center for Anatomy and Functional Morphology,
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai,
New York, NY 10029-6574