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Welcome to WhaleNet's interactive educational web site which focuses on whales and marine research. WhaleNet is sponsored by Wheelock College in Boston, Massachusetts with initial support from the National Science Foundation.

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KeyJ. Michael Williamson is a member of Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society, a non-profit membership society of more than 60,000 scientists and engineers who were elected to the Society because of their research achievements or potential. (WhaleNet Articles)

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