RIB (Rigid Inflatible Boat) used for tagging blue whales. Santa Cruz Island is in back.
vessel RIB John Calambokidis 2016 07-18 SB Channel-013
From 2016 07-18 SB Channel
Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary volunteers Ken and John.
CINC Ken & John 2015 10-28 SB Channel-a-239
From 2015 10-28 SB Channel
John K with sound equipment 2013 11-02 SB Channel East-a-002
From 2013 11-02 SB Channel East
John K and Barbara L on flybridge CINC 2013 11-02 SB Channel East-a-002
John Calambokidis, Humpback Whale and Santa Rosa Island.
From 2010 07-28 SB Channel
Close up look at whale researcher John Calambokidis at work in the Santa Barbara Channel.
From 2009 09-19 SB Channel
John Calambokidis and crew at work near Arch Rock, Anacapa Island.
Cascadia research inflatible boat with John Calambokidis and his research team as they look for whales to tag in the commercial shipping lanes of the Santa Barbara Channel.
From 2009 08-01 SB Channel All Day ACS Trip
Scientist on board John Calambokidis' inflatible research boat prepares to mount a suction cup whale tag.
John Calambokidis (at the helm) and his research team in their inflatible research vessel out tagging whales in the Santa Barbara Channel.
A GPS whale tag from John Calambokidis and his research team.
John Calambokidis holds the tracking antenna by which he locates his whale tags.
Suction cup whale tag as used by John Calambokidis.
A suction cup whale tag with antenna, as used by John Calambokidis in his whale tracking research.
John Calambokidis in survival suit and sun-protective hat at work on the Santa Barbara Channel.