Read published news articles about the Centre for Whale Research (Western Australia)
Professional Whale Chasers (video)
February 14 2014
Two WA marine biologists are back from the wilderness after an adventure of a lifetime. Curt and Micheline Jenner spent the past month in the Antarctic. Quite frankly – having a whale of a time!
Curtain FM 100.1
CWR Antarctic Voyage 2014
by Jenny Seaton, February 10 2014
Dr Rob McCauley talks to Jenny Seaton about the 2014 CWR WAVES expedition.
The West Australian
Couple on whale pilgrimage
by Kate Emery, February 5 2014
Perth marine biologists Curt and Micheline Jenner have spent the past month surrounded by churning seas, breaching whales and icebergs that look pink at the right time of day in the eerie light of the Antarctic.
Too much noise in the ocean for whales’ sensitive ears
by Curt Jenner, October 21 2013
We’re starting to realise just how much noise humans make underwater, and the damaging effects on marine life. It’s time to seriously address the problem of acoustic pollution.
Fremantle Herald Interactive
The lost big blues
by Carmelo Amalfi, March 15 2013
ONE of the “quietest” boats in the southern hemisphere slipped into Fremantle this week ahead of a new acoustic survey of Perth Canyon off Rottnest.
The 28m Whale Song is sound-proofed to military standards and can cut through ice when studying the health of the marine environment in Antarctica.