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Author: I. L. Boyd
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Title: Marine Mammals: Advances in Behavioural and Population Biology: The Proceedings of a Symposium held at The Zoological Society of London on 9th and ... of the Zoological Society of London)
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Marine Mammals: Advances in Behavioural and Population Biology: The Proceedings of a Symposium held at The Zoological Society of London on 9th and ... of the Zoological Society of London) by I. L. Boyd



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Yet, until the last decade and the advent of new and powerful genetic and microelectronic techniques, little was known about the impact of exploitation on these mammals' populations or behaviour.

Marine Mammals: Advances in Behavioural and Population Biology. Oxford: Clarendon Press for the Zoological Society of London, xix + 404 pp, illustrated, hard cover. Published online: 27 October 2009. Send article to Kindle. To send this article to your Kindle, first ensure no-replyridge. Volume 30, Issue 174.

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com Product Description (ISBN 0198540698, Hardcover). The last decade has seen radical changes in our understanding of the behavior and ecology of seals, whales, and dolphins. Scientists and students studying marine mammalogy, population ecology, and animal behavior-as well as fisheries biologists and mammalian l welcome this exciting new contribution to the field. Library descriptions.

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The last decade has seen radical changes in our understanding of the behavior and ecology of seals, whales, and dolphins. This timely volume addresses subjects of critical importance to the field, with outstanding contributions from scientists actively involved in marine mammal research. Topics include the application of modern genetics to understanding populations and their social structure, the development of new methods of diet analysis, and the application of microelectronics to questions concerning the distribution, abundance, foraging behavior, and diving physiology of marine mammals. Scientists and students studying marine mammalogy, population ecology, and animal behavior--as well as fisheries biologists and mammalian conservationists--will welcome this exciting new contribution to the field.