Aldemaro Romero

Aldemaro Romero is the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. He received his bachelor’s degree in Biology from the University of Barcelona, Spain, and his Ph.D. in Biology from the University of Miami, Florida. He has published more than 660 pieces of work including 15 books, peer-reviewed articles and articles in non-peer-reviewed publications. His field experience on marine mammals includes several countries in the Caribbean area. His academic interests range from environmental and evolutionary biology to history and philosophy of science and science communication. He was been awarded numerous grants and prizes for his research and science communication works.

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The highly specialized nature of marine mammals when compared with their terrestrial counterparts, the environment in which they live, and the impact of humans on them throughout history and at the present, have made of the scholarship on these creatures something unique in itself. Therefore, it is not surprising that many researchers have also taken a distinctive approach to their study. This volume is aimed at providing a glimpse at such diversity of views and approaches while delivering valuable information on marine mammalogy. Given the increasing concerns regarding issues of anthropogenic factors affecting these animals, it is not surprising that the majority of chapters in this book deal with this subject.

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