The Consortium’s first and current Executive Committee is made up of the Steering Committee. The next Executive Committee will be created in 2017. It is responsible for tending to memberships, reviewing and coordinating Consortium activities, facilitating external relations, and writing and distributing an annual activity report.
Claire Garrigue, Ph.D.
Outside regional member representative
The goal of my work is to determine the population status of humpback whales that over-winter in the lagoons of New Caledonia. The field methodology for this long-term study (now running for over 18 years) is based on photo-identification, …
I have been working for marine mammal research and conservation programs in Madagascar since 2011. I am involved in scientific research programs (tagging, acoustic studies, photo-identification) and in all programs related to community-based development.
Alexandre Zerbini, Ph.D.
Founding member representative
I have been studying marine mammals since 1992. I studied taxonomy of southern minke whale species while a masters student in Brazil. I pursued a Ph.D. at the University of Washington and graduated in 2006. My research has focused on …