Dawn Parry

I am interested in using passive acoustic monitoring to determine distributions of cetacean species in order to inform conservation efforts. I discovered the world of bioacoustics during my internship at the NOAA Northeast Fisheries Science Center Passive Acoustics Group analyzing sei whale distributions and came to value it as a reliable, non-invasive means of cetacean research and conservation. I also researched striped bass distributions using otolith microchemistry to determine natal estuaries of the NJ striped bass population at the Rutgers University Marine Field Station. I received a BS in Marine Biology at the University of Rhode Island with a Minor in Education in 2019.

Dawn Parry, Ph.D. Student
Dawn Parry, Ph.D. Student

Year Hired: 2019

Contact information
159 Sapsucker Woods Road, Room #161
Ithaca, NY 14850, USA
Phone: +1-607.254.2164
Email: dmp295@cornell.edu

Ph.D., Natural Resources, Cornell University, in progress
B.S., Marine Biology, University of Rhode Island

Linkedin: Dawn Parry