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A Matter of Value

“Limitless and immortal, the waters are the beginning and end of all things on earth.”   – Heinrich Zimmer What’s greenish-grey, lives 600 meters beneath the ocean’s surface, and desperately needs to see an orthodontist? Give up? The answer, my friends,…

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Three-Letter Words

This blog piece is part of a new GDEP series, Back to Basics. In Back to Basics we will explore topics that you probably learned about at some point. Maybe it’s been a while and you’ve forgotten, or maybe you’d…

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We Need to Talk

In February of this year, the United Nations Environment Programme (UN Environment) came out with a PSA encouraging us to break up with what, for most of us, has been a long-term partner. This partner has carried our food, offered…

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When Dolphins Speak

GDEP team member, Talia Levine, recently had an article published in Georgia Health News. Her article, featured below, explores shared wildlife and human health risks surrounding a Superfund site on the Georgia coast. When pollutants escape into our waters, the…

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What is this?

Welcome to the Georgia Dolphin Ecology Program (GDEP) blog! As a research team devoted to the study of common bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus), we spend countless hours on the water each year watching for dolphin fins to emerge. Our surveys…

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