[MARMAM] Contents: Marine Mammal Science Vol 22(1)

Jan Herrmann jan.herrmann at cetacea.de
Mon Feb 27 14:59:00 PST 2006


Dear all,

Marine Mammal Science Vol 22(1) has the following
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------ Marine Mammal Science Vol. 22(1) ------


Kellar, N.M. et al. 2006. Determining pregnancy 
from blubber in three species of delphinids. 
Marine Mammal Science 22(1): 1-16.


Martin, A.R., V.M.F. da Silva, and P.R. Rothery. 
2006. Does radio tagging affect the survival or 
reproduction of small cetaceans? A test. Marine 
Mammal Science 22(1): 17-24.


Martin, A.R. and V.M.F. da Silva. 2006. Sexual 
dimorphism and body scarring in the boto (Amazon 
river dolphin) Inia geoffrensis. Marine Mammal 
Science 22(1): 25-33.


Richter, C., S. Dawson, and E. Slooten. 2006. 
Impacts of commercial whale watching on male 
sperm whales at Kaikoura, New Zealand. Marine 
Mammal Science 22(1): 46-63.


Woodward, B.L. and J.P. Winn. 2006. Apparent 
lateralized behavior in gray whales feeding off 
the central British Columbia coast. Marine Mammal 
Science 22(1): 64-73.


Morissette, L., M.O. Hammill, and C. Savenkoff. 
2006. The trophic role of marine mammals in the 
northern Gulf of St. Lawrence. Marine Mammal 
Science 22(1): 74-103.


Trumble, S.J. et al. 2006. Dietary and seasonal 
influences on blood chemistry and hematology in 
captive harbor seals. Marine Mammal Science 
22(1): 104-123.


Griebel, U., G. König, and A. Schmid. 2006. 
Spectral sensitivity in two species of pinnipeds 
(Phoca vitulina and Otaria flavescens). Marine 
Mammal Science 22(1): 156-166.

Mathews, E.A. and G.W. Pendleton. 2006. Declines 
in harbor seal (Phoca vitulina) numbers in 
Glacier Bay National Park, Alaska, 1992-2002. 
Marine Mammal Science 22(1): 167-189.


NOTES

Gibson, Q.A. 2006. Non-lethal shark attack on a 
bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops sp.) calf. Marine 
Mammal Science 22(1): 190-197.


Jones, I.M. 2006. A northeast pacific offshore 
killer whale (Orcinus orca) feeding on a pacific 
halibut (Hippoglossus stenolepis). Marine Mammal 
Science 22(1): 198-200.


Vos, D.J., L.T. Quakenbush, and B.A. Mahoney. 
2006. Documentation of sea otters and birds as 
prey for killer whales. Marine Mammal Science 
22(1): 201-205.


Reeb, D. and P.B. Best. 2006. A biopsy system for 
deep-core sampling of the blubber of southern 
right whales, Eubalaena australis. Marine Mammal 
Science 22(1): 206-213.


Ohishi, K. et al. 2006. Serologic investigation 
of influenza A virus infection in cetaceans from 
the western North Pacific and the Southern 
oceans. Marine Mammal Science 22(1): 214-221.


Clark, J.A. and P.D. Boersma. 2006. Southern 
elephant seal, Mirounga leonina, kills Magellanic 
penguins, Spheniscus magellanicus, on land. 
Marine Mammal Science 22(1): 222-225.

Jay, C.V. et al. 2006. Comparison of remotely 
deployed satellite radio transmitters on 
walruses. Marine Mammal Science 22(1): 226-236.



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   Jan Herrmann  <jan.herrmann - at - cetacea.de>

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