University of South Carolina Beaufort assistant professor Eric Montie listens to the sounds of the May River on Tuesday afternoon in Bluffton. Montie is currently researching the effects pollutants have on brain development, hearing and the behavior of  bottle-nosed dolphins
University of South Carolina Beaufort assistant professor Eric Montie listens to the sounds of the May River on Tuesday afternoon in Bluffton. Montie is currently researching the effects pollutants have on brain development, hearing and the behavior of bottle-nosed dolphins Sarah Welliver/The Island Packet
University of South Carolina Beaufort assistant professor Eric Montie listens to the sounds of the May River on Tuesday afternoon in Bluffton. Montie is currently researching the effects pollutants have on brain development, hearing and the behavior of bottle-nosed dolphins Sarah Welliver/The Island Packet

Researcher studying the sounds of area's waters

July 17, 2011 10:02 PM

UPDATED July 18, 2011 07:08 AM

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