Virtual Seminar – Flying for free? Understanding the role of wind variability in albatross foraging energetics – November 4

 

Lesley Thorne, Stony Brook University

Hosted by the Vertebrate Ecology Lab

Presenting: "Flying for free? Understanding the role of wind variability in albatross foraging energetics"

MLML Virtual Seminar | November 4th, 2021 at 4pm

Watch the Live Stream here or here

About the speaker:

Dr. Lesley Thorne is an Assistant Professor in the School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences at Stony Brook University. Born and raised in Kingston, Ontario in Canada, Lesley received a BSc (Honours) at the University of Guelph and a PhD from Duke University in North Carolina. She has worked in a wide range of marine systems, including the Bay of Fundy, the South Atlantic Bight, the Sargasso Sea, the western Antarctic Peninsula, and the Main and Northwestern Hawaiian Islands. Lesley is broadly interested in ecological questions in coastal and pelagic systems, and much of her research focuses on understanding links between environmental variability, foraging behavior and population processes, and on elucidating biophysical interactions driving the habitat use and foraging ecology of different marine predators.