These are some of the projects I’m currently involved in, or have worked on in the past.
Disclaimer: these pages are still under active development. Each at least contains a basic summary, but feel free to contact me for more details.

Baleen whale habitat partitioning

Using ocean gliders to understand how baleen whales partition habitat

Real-time detection range

Evaluating the range-dependent accuracy of a near real-time baleen whale monitoring system.

Right whale feeding in the Gulf of St Lawrence

Characterizing community composition of zooplankton near feeding right whales in the southern Gulf of St Lawrence

Right whale sonobuoy surveys

Comparing vocal behavior and group composition of right whales with visual and acoustic aerial surveys.

Data visualization

I often create interactive visualizations to explore and understand data. These examples are all built in Shiny, and (most) are hosted on our lab’s shiny server.


Display results from Slocum glider surveys.


Display results from right whale surveys in Atlantic Canada.