David Nadeau is a marine educator, captain, diver and nature photographer.
Originally from the Gulf Coast, and holding a Master's degree in Biology as well as a 500-ton captain's license, David has travelled extensively for marine education and research including over 45,000 sea miles on research vessels. He has published research on the ecology of young fishes in nursery habitats and on spiny lobster ecology. He has taught marine science to diverse groups from kindergarten students to graduate students. He currently teaches annual marine science teacher workshops on Skidaway Island, Georgia.
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