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Cetacean Conservation and Genetic Laboratory: The CCGL is committed to a greater understanding of the molecular ecology and systematics of whales, dolphins and porpoises around the world. Our work on large whales is pursuing three inter-related themes: reconstructing the past, assessing the present, and conserving the future.

First Direct Evidence for Natal Wintering Ground Fidelity and Estimate of Juvenile Survival in the New Zealand Southern Right Whale <i>Eubalaena australis</i>

An integrated approach to historical population assessment of the great whales: case of the New Zealand southern right whale

High coverage of the complete mitochondrial genome of the rare Gray’s beaked whale (<i>Mesoplodon grayi</i>) using Illumina next generation sequencing

Staying close to home? Genetic differentiation of rough-toothed dolphins near oceanic islands in the central Pacific Ocean

Local recruitment of humpback whales in Glacier Bay and Icy Strait, Alaska, over 30 years

Genetic structure of the beaked whale genus <i>Berardius</i> in the North Pacific, with genetic evidence for a new species

Environmental correlates of nearshore habitat distribution by the Critically Endangered Maūi dolphin

What influences the worldwide genetic structure of sperm whales (<i>Physeter macrocephalus</i>)?

Assessing the design and power of capture-recapture studies to estimate demographic parameters for the Endangered Oceania humpback whale population

Bucking the trend: genetic analysis reveals high diversity, large population size and low differentiation in a deep ocean cetacean

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