[MARMAM] New publications week 26
jan.herrmann at cetacea.de
Tue Jul 11 13:40:35 PDT 2006
here are some new publications of week 26 / 2006,
which haven't been announced on MARMAM earlier AFAIK.
By clicking the following link you are guided to
a website, where the following references are
linked to their according journal homepages.
There you can find abstracts and contact
Please do not contact MARMAM, the MARMAM editors or me for reprints. Thank you.
Au, W.W.L. et al. (2006):
Acoustic radiation from the head of echolocating
harbor porpoises (Phocoena phocoena).
Journal of Experimental Biology 209(14): 2726-2733.
Ford, J.K.B. and G.M. Ellis (2006):
Selective foraging by fish-eating killer whales
Orcinus orca in British Columbia.
Marine Ecology Progress Series 316(): 185-199.
Hall, A.J. et al. (2006):
Individual-based model framework to assess
population consequences of polychlorinated
biphenyl exposure in bottlenose dolphins.
Environmental Health Perspectives 114(S 1): 60-64.
Konishi, K. (2006):
Characteristics of blubber distribution and body
condition indicators for Antarctic minke whales
Mammal Study 31(1): 15-22.
Plön, S. and R.T.F. Bernard (2006):
A review of spermatozoan morphology in Cetacea
with new data for the genus Kogia.
Journal of Zoology 269(4): 466-473.
Kaschner, K. et al. (2006):
Mapping world-wide distributions of marine mammal
species using a relative environmental
suitability (RES) model.
Marine Ecology Progress Series 316(): 285-310.
Ando-Mizobata, N., M. Sakai, and Y. Sakurai (2006):
Trace-element analysis of Steller sea lion
(Eumetopias jubatus) teeth using a scanning X-ray
Mammal Study 31(1): 65-68.
Hall, B.L. et al. (2006):
Holocene elephant seal distribution implies
warmer-than-present climate in the Ross Sea.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
of the United States of America 103(27):
Pang, D.S.J. et al. (2006):
Use of end-tidal partial pressure of carbon
dioxide to predict arterial partial pressure of
carbon dioxide in harp seals during
American Journal of Veterinary Research 67(7): 1131-1135.
Jenssen, B.M. (2006):
Endocrine-Disrupting Chemicals and Climate
Change: A Worst-Case Combination for Arctic
Marine Mammals and Seabirds?
Environmental Health Perspectives 114(S1): 76.
OTHER MARINE MAMMALS
Monnett, C. and J.S. Gleason (2006):
Observations of mortality associated with
extended open-water swimming by polar bears in
the Alaskan Beaufort Sea.
Polar Biology 29(8): 681-687.
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