HomeTaxonomy › CCGL
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.

A novel conservation approach provides insights into the management of rare cetaceans

The world’s rarest whale

Thompson K, Baker CS, van Helden A, Patel S, Millar C, CONSTANTINE ROCHELLE.  2012.  The world’s rarest whale. Current Biology. 22(21):R905-R906.

Distribution, group characteristics and movements of the Critically Endangered Maui’s dolphin Cephalorhynchus hectori maui

High plausibility of Hypothesis III for stock structure of the western North Pacific minke

Wade PR, Baker CS.  2012.  High plausibility of Hypothesis III for stock structure of the western North Pacific minke. Report to the Scientific Committee of the International Whaling Commission.

Updated guidelines for DNA data quality control and error rate estimation, for genetic studies relevant to IWC management advice

Proposal to the Scientific Committee: Worldwide genetic diversity and phylogenetic relationships among right whales based on next-generation sequencing of complete mitochondrial geneomes and multiple nuclear loci

Low levels of genetic differentiation characterize Australian humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) populations

Progress report on the genetic and demographic assessment of dolphin taken in live-capture and traditional drive-hunt in the Solomon Islands

Multistate measurements of genotype interchange between east Australia and Oceania (IWC breeding sub-stocks E1, E2, E3 and F) between 1999 and 2004

A Newly Recognised Beaked Whale (Ziphiidae) in the Tropical Indo-Pacific: Mesoplodon hotaula or M. ginkgodens hotaula

Syndicate content