Jesse is a field engineer for the Coastal Acoustic Buoy (CAB) project at SMRU Consulting. A University of Washington graduate, he received his Bachelor of Science from the School of Oceanography in 2016. His senior thesis used hydrophones on the Cabled Array and NEPTUNE Observatory in the northeast Pacific Ocean to quantify variations in fin whale vocalizations. Additional collegiate research includes biogeochemical cycling offshore industrial coastlines in Qatar as well as assisting on cruises deploying the University of Washington’s Regional Scale Nodes Cabled Array on the Juan de Fuca plate in the Northeast Pacific. After spending a year studying methane emissions from Alaskan peatlands, he is happily circling back to cetacean science. On days off, he balances his love for the oceans with a passion for the mountains as an avid backcountry skier, climber, and backpacker.
- Developing the Coastal Acoustic Buoy (CAB) for marine mitigation work.
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