Dr. Oz Goffman


(2006)- Marine Biology and Animal Behavior, Department of Maritime Civilizations, University of Haifa, Israel.

A research fellow & the manager of dolphin project IMMRAC - Israel Marine Mammal Research and Assistance Center - in the Recanati Institute for Maritime Studies at the University of Haifa, Mount Carmel, Haifa, Israel. 

Highly experienced in underwater professional scuba diving (1984) and free diving, including the operation of research equipment and video-recording and stills photographing of cetaceans.

Experienced in behavioral analysis & data processing work on cetaceans (1993).

Dr. Goffman research represented the first long-term analysis underwater video of solitary dolphin human interactions in Sinai Peninsula.

Dr. Goffman research on the Cetacean population conducts on the Mediterranean & Red- Sea.

From 2014  2015 Dr. Goffman was a Lidding Partner with the Research team - Bulgarian EEZ Black Sea Dolphin Research Program.

From 2001 Dr. Goffman is employed as the Manager of Fishery Economy in the Department of Fisheries, State of Israel.


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