Jason Mulsow completed his Ph.D. at the University of California, Santa Cruz, where he studied the behavioral and physiological hearing capabilities of pinnipeds.

Jason’s research uses behavioral and electrophysiological methods to examine sound reception and production in cetaceans and pinnipeds. He is primarily interested in the ways that marine mammal sensory systems are adapted for underwater or amphibious function, including the biosonar of odontocete cetaceans. His work has also focused on the effects of noise on marine mammals, and the development of criteria for estimating and mitigating these effects.

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