What We Are Learning From Kilroys
Dr. Edie Widder talks to WPTV News Channel 5 about the 13 ORCA Kilroys in the Indian River Lagoon and what we are learning. Learn More Here
The Campaign for a Clean Indian River Lagoon
ORCA has created a Campaign for a Clean Indian River Lagoon. The plan includes simple steps; first we will create a pollution gradient map of the entire 156 miles of the Indian River Lagoon. Then we will install 50 ORCA Kilroy™ water monitoring devices in the lagoon. With these two steps, sources of pollution can be identified and then be corrected or eliminated and nature can be restored. To learn more about ORCA’s Campaign for a Clean Indian River Lagoon. Click Here
The Technology Behind Those Amazing Giant Squid Images
The first footage of the Giant Squid (Architeuthis dux) in its natural habitat was filmed by ORCA's deep sea camera, Medusa! Dr. Edie Widder was one of the three Scientists involved in the Discovery Channel expedition that captured the Giant Squid on film in its natural habitat for the first time in history. The electronic jellyfish (e-jelly) that she and ORCA engineers developed, attracted the Giant Squid and made it possible to get this special video footage. This e-jelly imitates certain bioluminescent displays, like that of deep-sea jellyfish. More on this story: CBS Evening News | CBS This Morning | CNN
Making Water Pollution VisibleView video detailing
how ORCA is making
the invisible, visible. View video.
Our mighty little wonder, which gauges the health of our waters as never before, is now in action! Learn more.