This Weddell Seal Science website is produced by the Weddell Seal Population Ecology Project based at the Montana State University - Bozeman to present information, video files and multimedia, and social media about the Project's Weddell research in Antarctica. This Weddell Seal Project is funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF), and assisted by the United States Antarctic Program. (USAP). The purpose of the website is to function as a central web portal to make available to the general public, educators and students numerous assets including articles, a seasonal Antarctic field blog, select videos and multimedia on the project, Weddell seals, and the work of the researchers studying the population and mass dynamics of Antarctica's Weddell seals.
A short stereoscopic 3D science story video introducing Antarctica's Weddell seals and two of the scientists who study the population ecology of this southernmost mammal on Earth. The stereo 3D is in side-by-side 3D format, and can be viewed using Virtual Reality goggles or a 3D display/TV. Features Weddell seal moms and pups, and on-location interviews with project lead scientist Dr. Jay Rotella and Jesse DeVoe, MS. Video produced by Mary Lynn Price. More info at WeddellSealScience.com.