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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.

Seasonal occurrence and distribution of Bryde's whales in the Hauraki Gulf, New Zealand

Short-term reactions and long-term responses of bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) to remote biopsy sampling

The Amazon River system as an ecological barrier driving genetic differentiation of the pink dolphin (Inia geoffrensis)

Microsatellite data reveal fine genetic structure in male Guiana dolphins (Sotalia guianesis) in two geographically close embayments at south-eastern coast of Brazil

A new method for estimating animal abundance with two sources of data in capture-recapture studies

Abundance of the New Zealand subantarctic southern right whale population estimated from photo-identification and genotype mark-recapture

Population structure and individual movement of southern right whales around New Zealand and Australia

Long-term survival of humpback whales radio-tagged in Alaska from 1976 through 1978

Mitochondrial DNA variation and population structure of Commerson’s dolphins (Cephalorhynchus commersonii) in their southernmost distribution

Conservation status of New Zealand marine mammals (suborders Cetacea and Pinnipedia), 2009

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