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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.

Baleen whale abundance and distribution in relation to environmental variables and prey density in the Eastern Bering Sea

Long-term individual sighting history database: an effective tool to monitor satellite tag effects on cetaceans

Reproductive constraints influence habitat accessibility, segregation, and preference of sympatric albatross species

Tag retention, wound healing, and subsequent reproductive history of southern right whales following satellite-tagging

Toward a United States Animal Telemetry Network (U.S. ATN)

The Presence of Long-Beaked Common Dolphins (Delphinus spp.) off Central-Western Venezuela

Critically endangered western gray whales migrate to the eastern North Pacific

Inferring Cetacean Population Densities from the Absolute Dynamic Topography of the Ocean in a Hierarchical Bayesian Framework

Regular appearance of otariid pinnipeds along the Colombian Pacific coast

Factors influencing the island-mass effect of the Galápagos Islands

Palacios DM.  2002.  Factors influencing the island-mass effect of the Galápagos Islands. Geophysical Research Letters. 29(23)
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