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Wrong Edward Petuch?

Edward J. Petuch

Professor of Geosciences

FAU

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Professor of Geology

Florida Atlantic University


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South Florida Underwater Photography Society | MEMBERS IN THE NEWS - 2014

sfups.org [cached]

teamed up with Ed Petuch, a professor of Geosciences at FAU to produce various publications on south FL mollusks.


www.cryptozoology.com

also, Edward Petuch, PhD is a geologist, yes? (there doesn't appear to be a dr. pertuch associated w/MQ, but r is next to t, i assume pure typo which we all do).
Ed Petuch holds five advanced degrees. He teaches Geology at FAU. For the record, I asked MQ to include him in the "Sea Monster" episode as he is another or Pangea's Fellows in addition to his expertise. FAU has a website and Ed is listed on it. And yes, I'll email Ed & ask him his opinion. Hopefully, as a qualified professional academic, he won't be quite as tart as his qualified professional cryptozoology colleague often is.


www.aquaticcommunity.com

According to Florida Atlantic University professor Ed Petuch, the Singer Island sea monster could be a wayward arctic seal, e.g. a Hooded or Bearded seal.
In 2006, two Hooded seals were found in this southerly part of the USA; one in Martin Country and the other 2 miles north of The Breakers hotel in Palm Beach. The year after that, a Bearded seal was caught in Fort Lauderdale. If the Singer Island creature is an arctic seal, this is actually more frightening than any sea monster since it might be a sign of how far over fishing and/or global warming has forced these cold water species. "Nature is never constant, by law," Petuch said.


Dixie Mineral Council Update Information

www.gamineral.org [cached]

Dr. Ed Petuch, geology professor at Florida Atlantic University, has found 38 previously unnamed shell species in the Fort Drum pit.
About nine months ago, rare calcite-filled clamshells were discovered there.


Editorial Team

ccsenet.org [cached]

Dr. Edward James Petuch, Florida Atlantic University, United States


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