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Naomi A. Rose

Marine Mammal Scientist

Animal Welfare Institute

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Animal Welfare Institute

900 Pennsylvania Avenue Se

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20003

United States

Company Description

The Animal Welfare Institute (awionline.org) is a nonprofit charitable organization founded in 1951 and dedicated to reducing animal suffering caused by people. AWI engages policymakers, scientists, industry, and the public to achieve better treatment of anima...more

Background Information

Employment History

Marine Mammal Scientist

Humane Society International Inc


Affiliations

International Whaling Commission

Member of the Scientific Committee


The Whale Sanctuary Project

Board Member


Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators

Member


Sigma Xi

Member


Society for Marine Mammalogy

Member


Acoustic Ecology Institute

Committee Member


US Newswire

Member of Addition To Board


Education

Master of Fine Arts Program in Illustration

Academy of Art University


Associates Degree

Visual Communication


Bachelor's of Fine Arts Degree

Northwest College of Art


Ph.D.


Ph.D.

biology

UC Santa Cruz


Ph.D.

biology

University of California , Santa Cruz


Ph.D.

biology

University of California at Santa Cruz


bachelor's degree

biology and French

Mount Holyoke College


Web References(152 Total References)


HEAL ANIMAL WELFARE/RIGHTS NEWS

www.heal-online.org [cached]

"After holding orcas in captivity for almost 50 years, this is, quite frankly, a pathetic research output in that time period, even for an individual researcher, let alone an institution with multiple researchers," says Naomi Rose, a marine mammal scientist at the Animal Welfare Institute. (Disclosure: Rose is an acquaintance and I am a co-author of a paper on an unrelated topic with her husband, Chris Parsons.) For two papers, the order of authors is different on SeaWorld's bibliography than on the actual papers.
One of SeaWorld's own employees is listed as first author when he was not, implying that the employee was the lead researcher. Rose says she isn't surprised by this apparent manipulation.


Entertainment Over Empathy | Zoos & Aquariums | Center for Humans & Nature

www.humansandnature.org [cached]

By:Naomi A. Rose
Naomi A. Rose Naomi A. Rose Marine Mammal Scientist - Animal Welfare Institute Naomi Rose is the marine mammal scientist for the Animal Welfare Institute in Washington, DC. She received a PhD in biology from the University of California at Santa Cruz in 1992, where her dissertation examined the social dynamics of wild orcas. She has worked in the marine mammal advocacy field for over twenty years.


SeaWorld to Open New Park-Killer Whales Not Included | TakePart

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Naomi Rose, a marine mammal scientist at the Animal Welfare Institute, said the new approach could serve as a model for the entire captive-display industry, though she also worries that marine mammals other than orcas will be brought to the park.
"It will be really interesting to see if they send some of their animals from abroad or potentially even from the wild, though I think that would be unlikely, because back here, it would look hypocritical to get around U.S. laws," she said. "If they still want to do business in the United States, what they do abroad matters," she added. "They have to stay consistent with how they are rebranding themselves." Rose is also encouraged by the move toward virtual reality. "If it's a huge hit, that will help us more than them," she said.


FMSEA East Central Update - February 2016 - FMSEA Florida Marine Science Educators Association

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12-1pm Naomi Rose is the marine mammal scientist for the Animal Welfare Institute in Washington, DC.
She works on several campaigns and coalitions addressing problems associated with cetacean live capture, trade, and captivity, both in the U.S. and abroad.


Board | Staff Group | The Whale Sanctuary Project

www.whalesanctuaryproject.org [cached]

Naomi Rose
Board Member Naomi Rose is the marine mammal scientist for the Animal Welfare Institute in Washington, DC. She works on several campaigns and coalitions addressing problems associated with cetacean live capture, trade and captivity, both in the U.S. and Read More


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