Liz Burgess

Post-Doctoral Researcher, New England Aquarium

Elizabeth "Liz" Burgess is a Post-Doctoral Researcher at the New England Aquarium's John H. Prescott Marine Laboratory. Previously, she attended the University of Queensland in Australia. Burgess took on the challenge of researching dugongs, vulnerable marine mammals known as the "real mermaids," by using a hands-on approach to study live dugongs and increase understanding of pregnancy, seasonality, reproductive strategies, and stress responses in a free-ranging population.

Elizabeth "Liz" Burgess is a Post-Doctoral Researcher at the New England Aquarium's John H. Prescott Marine Laboratory. Previously, she attended the University of Queensland in Australia. Burgess took on the challenge of researching dugongs, vulnerable marine mammals known as the "real mermaids," by using a hands-on approach to study live dugongs and increase understanding of pregnancy, seasonality, reproductive strategies, and stress responses in a free-ranging population.

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Lectures

5.26.2016 (52:51)

Going, Going... Dugong