As Director of Special Projects at Woods Hole, Dave Gallo actively promotes deep sea exploration and works closely with scientists and engineers at the forefront of global exploration and discovery. After he received a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Geology from the State University of New York at Albany and a Doctorate in Oceanography from the University of Rhode Island, Gallo was invited in 1987 by Dr. Robert Ballard to join the team at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution as the Assistant Director of the Center for Marine Exploration. Presently, he participates in numerous expeditions across the globe, and was one of the first oceanographers to use a combination of submarines and robots to map the undersea world. Additionally, Gallo is U.S. Project Leader of the Search for missing flight Air France 447. He is also a member of James Cameron’s Deep Ocean Task Force.
Radio Shows featuring Dave Gallo
Per recent news reports, scientists from Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute embarked on a historic expedition to "virtually raise" the legendary TITANIC. Expedition Leader Dave Gallo joins World Footprints to discuss the expedition's mission and the efforts being made to preserve the Titanic. We've spent a lot of time talking about … Read moreThe World Adventure Sports Social Responsibility