The sediments at Virginia’s Carmel Church Quarry have yielded over 50 fossil species, including whales, sharks, turtles, crocodiles, sea cows, and land animals. We are trying to save these remains before they’re lost to erosion.
For seven weeks each winter, we live on Isle Royale National Park, a remote island wilderness in Lake Superior, North America. Here we follow the lives of a population of wolves and moose that inhabit the island.
Using a Google Earth interface, this study will GIS map historic distributions and current trends of killer whale sightings, highlighting human activity and known occurrences of Southern resident pods along the Pacific coast.