Murray Humphries Lab
Natural Resource Sciences Department
I am a wildlife biologist with wide expertise. I have worked with many large and small mammals, birds, plants, and soils. My passion is cetacean behaviour and population dynamics.
I am presently researching narwhals in the Canadian Arctic. I'm working on population structure and distribution using aerial photography. I have also developed a standardized protocol for identifying newborns from aerial photographs.
This article in New Scientist touches on some of my past efforts.
Stay tuned for more information on my current narwhal research...