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Michael Moore's research focuses on the interaction between humans and marine vertebrates, especially marine mammals: sharp and blunt trauma from ships, chronic trauma from fishing gear, toxicants, habitat quality, and infectious diseases. With support from the NOAA Prescott Program, Moore's group undertakes diagnostic necropsies of marine mammal mortalities found on the beaches of Cape Cod. They are building an understanding of the various factors that contribute to these mortalities.
Michael Moore earned his M.A. from Cambridge University in 1979, in Veterinary Sciences, and his M.B., M.R.C.V.S., also from Cambridge University, in 1983, in Clinical Veterinary Medicine. He received a Ph.D. from the MIT/WHOI Joint Program, in 1991, in Biological Oceanography.
20-Ton Canaries: The Great Whales of the North Atlantic (Keynote)
as author at MIT World Series: 2008 MIT Sea Grant Lecture and Symposium,
together with: Eric Jay Dolin,