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Dr. Denise L. Herzing

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Research Director and Founder

Phone: (561) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: d***@***.org
Local Address: West Palm Beach, Florida, United States
Wild Dolphin Project Inc
JUPITER , Florida 33458
United States

Company Description: The Wild Dolphin Project (WDP), founded by Dr. Denise Herzing in 1985, is engaged in an ambitious, long-term scientific study of a specific pod of Atlantic spotted...   more

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Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • Ph.D.
  • Ph.D. , Behavioral Biology/Environmental Studies
    Union Graduate School
  • B.S. , Marine Zoology
    Oregon State University
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The workshop was organized by Dr. ..., 30 Oct 2014 [cached]
The workshop was organized by Dr. Denise Herzing of the Wild Dolphin Project and geologist Lori Walton.
Leadership | Wild Dolphin Project, 10 Aug 2014 [cached]
Dr. Denise Herzing, Research Director/Founder: Dr. Herzing received her B.S. in Marine Zoology from Oregon State University in 1979; her M.A. in Behavioral Biology from San Francisco State University in 1988; and her Ph.D. in Behavioral Biology and Environmental Studies from the Union Institute Graduate School in 1993. She began her unprecedented, long-term study of Atlantic spotted dolphins in 1985, and is the founder of The Wild Dolphin Project. Dr. Herzing is the author of numerous articles and papers and is currently an Affiliate Assistant Professor of Biological and Psychological Sciences at Florida Atlantic University. Most recently Dr. Herzing has been recognized by the John Simon Guggenheim Foundation as a 2008 Fellow. Dr. Herzing is also a 2004 Fellow of the Explorers Club.
Dr. Fabienne Delfour, Research Associate: Dr. Delfour has worked with the Wild Dolphin Project since 1998 and is a co-author and returning colleague with Dr. Herzing.
They are typically a Masters or PhD student in Biology with Dr. Herzing.
Denise Herzing, Ph.D., Treasurer
Lifeboat Foundation Advisory Boards, 8 Feb 2015 [cached]
Denise L. Herzing, Ph.D.
Denise L. Herzing, Ph.D.
Denise L. Herzing, Ph.D.
Southern Florida Chapter of The Explorers Club, Inc., 22 Feb 2015 [cached]
Denise Herzing, PhD, FN 04, presents highlights from years in the field with wild dolphins in the Bahamas. She will share stories from three generations of dolphins, their trials of life and death in the wild, and their complex communication and behavior. Her presentation is full of underwater pictures, videos and sounds illuminating their lives underwater. She will also discuss the development of new technology for potential two way communication between dolphins and humans. Dr. Denise Herzing, Research Director of the Wild Dolphin Project has completed 27 years of her long-term study of the Atlantic spotted dolphins inhabiting Bahamian waters. She received her B.S. in Marine Zoology in 1979; her M.A. in Behavioral Biology in 1988; and her Ph.D. in Behavioral Biology/Environmental Studies in 1993. She is an Affiliate Assistant Professor in Biological Sciences and in the Department of Psychology at Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida. In 2008 Dr. Herzing received a Guggenheim Fellowship. She is a fellow in the Explorers Club, a scientific advisor for the Lifeboat Foundation and the American Cetacean Society, and on the Board of Schoolyard Films. Dr. Herzing has authored and co-authored many papers in the fields of whale biology, animal communication, and human consciousness. Coverage of her work with the spotted dolphins has appeared in National Geographic, New York Times, BBC Wildlife, Ocean Realm and Sonar magazines. Her work has been featured on Nature, Discovery Channel, PBS, ABC network television, BBC in England and NHK in Japan. Check out her project web site: Meeting to be held in Ft Lauderdale.
Earlier this month, Florida Atlantic ... [cached]
Earlier this month, Florida Atlantic University dolphin researcher and Guggenheim fellow Denise Hertzing announced that a cellphone-sized device now being tested in the Bahamas may allow the mammals to communicate with us. Worn around a diver's neck, it uses mathematical formulas to decode dolphins' whistles and clicks into human language.
"As dolphins are likely to be the second smartest creature on the planet, with similar cognitive abilities and complex social structures to humans, this device will hopefully open the window for a great understanding and connection with other sentient beings," she said in a press release.
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