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Ellen J. Prager

Current Home: United States of America

Ellen J. Prager, Ph.D. has spend the last two decades immersed, often literally, in marine science. Formerly with the U.S. Geological Survey, she is well published in scientific journals and public-oriented magazines. She is an active member of professional science organizations, frequently gives talks at national meetings, and is a Fellow of the Explorer's Club. Recently, during a week-long mission in the underwater habitat, Aquarius 2000 in the Florida Keys, she was interviewed on NBC's Today Show, wrote dispatches online for MSNBC, and worked with the National Geographic Society.