Wesley R. Elsberry is a biologist with an eclectic educational and work
background. Wesley is a graduate of the University of Florida where he earned a
B.S. in zoology, the University of Texas at Arlington where he earned an M.S.C.S.
(computer science), and earned Ph.D. in Wildlife and Fisheries at Texas A&M
University. He has taught as adjunct faculty at Washington State University
Tri-Cities. His work experience includes anesthesiology research, veterinary
research, software design and production for military aircraft and logistics,
and programming, electronics design, and data analysis in behavioral research.
His area of research is dolphin biosonar sound production and bioenergetics. He
is currently the Information Project Director for the National Center for
Science Education. He is a co-author on peer-reviewed papers in the
"Journal of Experimental Biology" and in "Biology and
Philosophy". He received the Society for Marine Mammalogy's "Fairfield
Memorial Award for Innovation in Marine Mammal Research" in 2001.
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