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Whale Telemetry Group: The WTG primarily focuses on endangered whale species whose distribution, movements, and critical habitats (feeding, breeding, and migration areas) are unknown for much of the year. Decision makers use this valuable information to manage human activities that may jeopardize the recovery of endangered whale populations.

Assessment of genetic structure among eastern North Pacific gray whales on their feeding grounds

Counting whales in a challenging, changing environment

Aquatic mammal science in Latin America: a bibliometric analysis for the first eight years of the Latin American Journal of Aquatic Mammals (2002-2010)

Cetacean ocurrence in the Tayrona National Park, a marine protected area in the Colombian Caribbean

Long-Range Movement of Humpback Whales and Their Overlap with Anthropogenic Activity in the South Atlantic Ocean

Inshore records of the striped dolphin Stenella coeruleoalba from the Pacific coast of South America

Bottlenose Dolphin and Gillnet Interactions In Southeastern North Carolina

Analysing 25 years of bottlenose dolphin (<i>Tursiops truncatus</i>) strandings along the Atlantic coast of the USA: do historic records support the coastal migratory stock hypothesis?

Reproductive Seasonality of Western Atlantic Bottlenose Dolphins off North Carolina, USA

Seasonal variability in whale encounters in the Western Antarctic Peninsula

Thiele D, Chester ET, Moore SE, Širovic A, Hildebrand JA, Friedlaender AS.  2004.  Seasonal variability in whale encounters in the Western Antarctic Peninsula. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography. 51(17-19):2311-2325.
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