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Marine Science Center

Marine Animal Rehabilitation and Conservation Program

The Marine Animal Rehabilitation and Conservation program is an important division of the University of New England's Marine Science Education and Research Center. The rehabilitation facility is part of a network of centers authorized by the National Marine Fisheries Service to rehabilitate stranded marine mammals and sea turtles. MARC works to develop the most effective means of rehabilitation and researches the causes of marine mammal mortality and the state of the marine environment.

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MARC Newsletter

Fall 2011 newsletter

Spring 2011 newsletter (pdf, 3.7 mb).

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