Marine Mammal Entanglement Response
Moore, Michael J.
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This folder provides additional resources on marine mammal entanglement response.
Suggested CitationOther: Moore, Michael J., Moore, Katie, Srinivasan, Mridula, Simeone, Claire, Wilkin, Sarah, Sharp, Brian, "Marine Mammal Entanglement Response", 2017-03-15, https://hdl.handle.net/1912/8794
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Don’t assume it’s ghost gear : accurate gear characterization is critical for entanglement mitigation [poster] Henry, Allison G.; Barco, Susan G.; Cole, Tim; Johnson, Amanda; Knowlton, Amy R.; Landry, Scott; Mattila, David K.; Moore, Michael J.; Robbins, Jooke; van der Hoop, Julie; Asmutis-Silvia, Regina (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 2017-10-25)Entanglement is a significant conservation and welfare issue which is limiting the recovery of a number of marine species, including marine mammals. It is therefore important to reliably identify the causes of these events, ...
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