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Denise L. Herzing

Founder and Research Director

Wild Dolphin Project Inc

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Wild Dolphin Project Inc

P.O. Box 8436

Jupiter, Florida,33468

United States

Company Description

The Wild Dolphin Project is a non-profit, scientific research organization that studies and reports on a specific pod of free-ranging Atlantic spotted dolphins ( Stenella frontalis). Objectives of this long-term, non-invasive field research are to gather infor... more

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Advisory Committee | The Kimmela Center for Animal Advocacy, Inc.

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Denise Herzing, PhD, Research Director, Wild Dolphin Project; Adjunct Research Faculty, Biological Sciences and Psychology, Florida Atlantic University.
As Research Director of the Wild Dolphin Project, Denise has completed 26 years of her long-term study of the Atlantic spotted dolphins inhabiting Bahamian waters. She received her BS in Marine Zoology in 1979; her MA in Behavioral Biology in 1988; and her PhD in Behavioral Biology/Environmental Studies in 1993. She is an Affiliate Assistant Professor in Biological Sciences and in the Dept of Psychology at Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida. Her fields of interest are animal consciousness, behavior and communication in cetaceans, and environmental ethics. In 2008 Denise received a Guggenheim Fellowship and she is also a fellow of the Explorers Club, a scientific advisor for the Lifeboat Foundation and the American Cetacean Society, and on the board of Schoolyard Films. Denise 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, 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. Denise has given presentations and lectures to the following research, education and conservation organizations: Society for Marine Mammalogy, European Cetacean Society, International Fund for Animal Welfare, and American Cetacean Society.


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Read the National Geographic Magazine article featuring Dr. Denise Herzing and The Wild Dolphin Project.
Watch Now: Dr. Herzing's TED Talk Participate Dr. Denise Herzing, Research Director/Founder Dr. Denise Herzing, Founder and Research Director of the Wild Dolphin Project, has completed over 32 years of her long-term study of the Atlantic spotted dolphins inhabiting Bahamian waters. She received her B.S. in Marine Zoology; her M.A. in Behavioral Biology; and her Ph.D. in Behavioral Biology/Environmental Studies. She is an Affiliate Assistant Professor in Biological Sciences at Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida. Dr. Herzing is a 2008 Guggenheim Fellow, a fellow with the Explorers Club, a scientific advisor for the Lifeboat Foundation and the American Cetacean Society, and on the board of Schoolyard Films. In addition to many scientific articles (http://www.wilddolphinproject.org/research/library/), she is the co-editor of Dolphin Communication and Cognition, author of "Dolphin Diaries: My 25 years with Spotted Dolphins in the Bahamas" and "The Wild Dolphin Project (2002)". Coverage of her work with the spotted dolphins has appeared in National Geographic Magazine 1992 and 2015, BBC Wildlife, Ocean Realm and Sonar magazines and featured on Nature, Discovery, PBS, ABC, BBC, NHK and TED2013 https://www.ted.com/talks/denise_herzing Dr. Herzing has spoken at the Society for Marine Mammalogy, European Cetacean Society, International Fund for Animal Welfare, the Explorers Club, TED2013, Boston Museum of Science, American Cetacean Society and others. They are typically a Masters or PhD student in Biology with Dr. Herzing. Denise Herzing, Ph.D., Treasurer Dr. Denise Herzing, Founder and Research Director of the Wild Dolphin Project, has completed over 32 years of her long-term study of the Atlantic spotted dolphins inhabiting Bahamian waters. She received her B.S. in Marine Zoology; her M.A. in Behavioral Biology; and her Ph.D. in Behavioral Biology/Environmental Studies. She is an Affiliate Assistant Professor in Biological Sciences at Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida. Dr. Herzing is a 2008 Guggenheim Fellow, a fellow with the Explorers Club, a scientific advisor for the Lifeboat Foundation and the American Cetacean Society, and on the board of Schoolyard Films. In addition to many scientific articles (http://www.wilddolphinproject.org/research/library/), she is the co-editor of Dolphin Communication and Cognition, author of "Dolphin Diaries: My 25 years with Spotted Dolphins in the Bahamas" and "The Wild Dolphin Project (2002)". Dr. Denise Herzing and Dr. Thad Starner's recent presentation at Google: "Dolphin Communication: Cracking The... https://t.co/1jbZ8dxL2R 2 weeks ago


www.wilddolphinproject.org

Read the National Geographic Magazine article featuring Dr. Denise Herzing and The Wild Dolphin Project.
Watch Now: Dr. Herzing's TED Talk Participate Lectures are given by Dr. Herzing, scientific colleagues, or current graduate students working with WDP in their area of specialty. Dr. Herzing is not always on board for intern trips and working with her is not guaranteed. The intern supervisors are usually the Research Assistant or Graduate Students, however Dr. Herzing might stop by the boat (if possible). During all of our trips we document dolphin ID's, their behaviors and sound, and life history information. You will learn about their natural behavior and sounds, their relationships, and their lives in the wild. During the summer, Dr. Herzing and her colleagues focus on specific projects such as our two-way work with CHAT. However, this is very advanced work and is limited to Dr. Herzing's colleagues and research scientists. Dr. Denise Herzing and Dr. Thad Starner's recent presentation at Google: "Dolphin Communication: Cracking The... https://t.co/1jbZ8dxL2R 2 weeks ago


Wild Dolphin Project Scientific Study of a Specific Pod of Atlantic Spotted Dolphins

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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 dolphins that live 40 miles off the coast of the Bahamas, in the Atlantic Ocean.
This amazing new book, authored by our very own, Dr. Denise Herzing, is a priceless addition to any book collection for aspiring marine biologists and for those who consider the ocean and its inhabitants precious. Dr. Denise Herzing, PHD. Founder, The Wild Dolphin Project


Leadership | Wild Dolphin Project

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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


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