Dr. Sarah Crosby – Director of Harbor Watch
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Sarah Crosby is a marine ecologist with training in conservation science and extensive research experience in coastal and marine ecosystems. Sarah received a B.A. in biology from Tufts University in 2006 and a M.Sc. in biological oceanography from the University of Rhode Island in 2009. While at URI, her research concerned a salt marsh under consideration for restoration, and she focused on the marsh fish community and human impacts on the landscape. After finishing her Master’s, she began a Ph.D. program in ecology and evolutionary biology at Brown University, which she completed in 2014. Sarah’s doctoral research focused on the resilience of coastal ecosystems to human and climate impacts.
Peter Fraboni – Harbor Watch Associate Director, Education
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Pete has over 30 years of experience in the environmental field as an educator, aquarist, manager and researcher at Earthplace. He holds a BA and MS in biology from the University of Bridgeport and is a published co-author on a study on American Eel (Anguilla rostrata) hemoglobin. He was also the editor of Connecticut Naturalist magazine from 1976-1995. Pete maintains the financial and budgetary records for Harbor Watch as well as the water quality databases for data analysis and reporting. Additionally, he provides technical support for the development of the Quality Assurance Testing Protocols and acts as a team leader for sample collection.
Nikki Cantatore – Harbor Watch Associate Director, Research
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Nikki began interning with Harbor Watch in 2009 and was hired full time in October 2010. She holds a BS in environmental science and policy from Marist College. Nikki oversees Harbor Watch monitoring projects, provides technical support for the development of the Quality Assurance Testing Protocols, and acts as a team leader for sample collection and laboratory testing. She is also the co-coordinator of the education and volunteer programs and is a co-captain for the juvenile benthic marine fish trawl surveys.
Joshua Cooper – Laboratory Director
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Josh began interning with Harbor Watch in 2009 and was hired full time in May of 2010. He holds a BS in Evolutionary Ecology from the University of Connecticut. Josh is the co-coordinator of the education and volunteer programs and is in charge of training interns and volunteers. He is responsible for maintaining laboratory protocol and supplies, acts as a team leader for sample collection and laboratory testing and is co-captain for the juvenile benthic marine fish trawl surveys.