John Anderson

John is a full time professor at College of the Atlantic, teaching ecology, physiology, anatomy and other biology classes. John is also the dean of Graduate Studies at College of the Atlantic. John's research interests lie in seabird ecology. He directs the Island Research Center and chairs the Marine Studies committee. Much of John's research occurs on Great Duck Island, examining petrel and gull ecology.

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Other 'must takes" from this instructor include:

Island Life, Ecology, Animal Behavior

 

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Sean Todd

Sean is a full time professor at College of the Atlantic, teaching principally marine science and biology classes. Sean specializes in marine mammal research and is senior scientist at Allied Whale, the college's marine mammal research group. His main focus is on applied aspects of cetacean biology and fishery interactions, working principally from Mount Desert Rock. Sean's classes attempt to bring a variety of perspectives in addressing knowledge, ranging from scientific to sociological, political, economic and cultural viewpoints.

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Oceanography, Marine Mammal Biology

Fisheries and their Management