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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.

Pycnocline variations in the eastern tropical and North Pacific, 1958–2008

Modeling the temperature-nitrate relationship in the coastal upwelling domain of the California Current

Cumulative human impacts on marine predators

Bycatch and Ship Strikes of Gray Whales on US West Coast 1990–2010 and in British Columbia 1990–95

Scordino J, Mate B.  2012.  Bycatch and Ship Strikes of Gray Whales on US West Coast 1990–2010 and in British Columbia 1990–95. Journal of Cetacean Research and Management (Supplement). 13:352-7.

Mysterious bio-duck sound attributed to the Antarctic minke whale (Balaenoptera bonaerensis)

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

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