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Alex
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NOAA-National Marine Mammal Laboratory
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Alex Zerbini is a post-doctoral fellow working for the Cetacean Assessment and Ecology Program at the National Marine Mammal Laboratory, Alaska Fisheries Science Center. Alex’s primary research interests are population ecology, assessment, conservation, and management of large whales. His research focuses on the ecological and management implications of the recovery of large baleen whales species, with emphasis on humpback, fin, and North Pacific right whales. His goal is to understand how physical and biological processes influence the distribution and abundance of whales on multiple geographic scales.