Regina Guazzo is a graduate student in the Biological Oceanography curricular group at Scripps Institution of Oceanography. She graduated from Rutgers University with a BS in marine sciences, concentrating in biological oceanography. At Scripps, Regina has focused on low-frequency baleen whale calls and is currently investigating gray whale migratory calls off Monterey, CA. She is interested in using hydrophone arrays to localize whales and estimate population size.
Josh
Josh Jones is a biological oceanography graduate student. He has a BS in Environmental Systems from UCSD. His research focuses on Arctic marine mammals and real-time detection and tracking of whales using passive acoustic monitoring. Josh is also the director of the project, Whales: Voices in the Sea and manages the lab's involvement in SeaTech, a technology training and research internship program for teens from California to Alaska. Before coming to the Whale Acoustics Lab in 2003, Josh was manager of the whale research vessel, Odyssey, and led expeditions throughout the northern and central Pacific. His favorite instruments are the banjo and the mandolin.
Josh