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Unit Seven SSWIMS presents Squid Project Oceanography Spring 2001 105 The Project Oceanography staff would like to thank the following people for their help in creating, editing, and presenting the Squid program materials. William Hamner, Ph.D. Doctor Hamner is the Director of the SSWIMS program and a Professor at UCLA in Los Angeles. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Zoology from Yale University and his Ph.D. in Zoology from the University of California, Los Angeles. Peggy Hamner, M.S. Peggy is the Project Coordinator for the SSWIMS program and a Staff Research Associate at UCLA in Los Angeles. She received a B. A. degree in Zoology and a Master of Science degree in Marine Ecology, both from the University of California, Davis. William and Peggy have been a research team since 1972. Their research approach emphasizes the use of SCUBA or research submersibles to study individual animals in their own environment and collect undamaged live animals.
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Unformatted text preview: Stacy Sinclair Stacy is a Marine Science Spet at the UCLA Marine Science Center. She received a M.S. degree in Educational Leadership from Pepperdine University. Stacy taught K-12 education in the Los Angeles Unified School district for eight years. She is certified as a teacher of excellence in the Early Adolescent/ Generalist area from the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards. Louis Zeidberg Louis received a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science from U. C. Berkley in 1994. He studied the effects of pollution on stomatopods in Indonesia, and the ability of the Atlantic bottle-nosed dolphin to acquire artificial language. He is currently a doctoral student at UCLA studying squid. Special Thanks to: Bill Tarr: California State Dept. of Education Scott Sperber: Sherman Oaks Center for Enriched Studies Kristine Nogawa-Ross: Carnegie Middle School Marcia Matz: Madrona Middle School...
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