[MARMAM] New publications week 37

Jan Herrmann jan.herrmann at cetacea.de
Tue Sep 19 00:34:59 PDT 2006


Dear all,

here are some new publications of week 37 / 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 
information:
http://www.mmbib.com/news.html

Please do not contact MARMAM, the MARMAM editors or me for reprints. Thank you.

Thanks to all of you who sent in reprints to be 
included in the weekly announcements.

Kindest Regards,
Jan Herrmann


CETACEA

Götz, T., U.K. Verfuß, and H.-U. Schnitzler (2006):
'Eavesdropping' in wild rough-toothed dolphins (Steno bredanensis)?
Biology Letters 2(1): 5-7.

Hung, C.L.H. et al. (2006):
A preliminary risk assessment of organochlorines 
accumulated in fish to the Indo-Pacific humpback 
dolphin (Sousa chinensis) in the Northwestern 
waters of Hong Kong.
Environmental Pollution 144(1): 190-196.

Laland, K.N. and V.M. Janik (2006):
The animal cultures debate.
Trends in Ecology and Evolution 21(10): 542-547.

Wade, P.R. et al. (2006):
Acoustic detection and satellite-tracking leads 
to discovery of rare concentration of endangered 
North Pacific right whales.
Biology Letters 2(3): 417-419.

Zhukovskii, Y.G. et al. (2006):
Mechanisms by which dolphins identify target 
movement characteristics and their technical use 
in hydrolocation and radiolocation.
Neuroscience and Behavioral Physiology 36(8): 801-809.

Fish, F.E. (2006):
Limits of nature and advances of technology: What 
does biomimetics have to offer to aquatic robots?
Applied Bionics and Biomechanics 3(1): 4940.

Teuten, E.L. et al. (2006):
Identification of highly brominated analogues of Q1 in marine mammals.
Environmental Pollution 144(1): 336-344.

Nriagu, J.O. (2006):
Marine mammal research: Conservation beyond crisis.
Science of the Total Environment 364(1-3): 303.


PINNIPEDIA

Pendleton, G.W. et al. (2006):
Survival of Steller sea lions in Alaska: a 
comparison of increasing and decreasing 
populations.
Canadian Journal of Zoology 84(8): 1163-1172.

Sun, L. et al. (2006):
A 2000-year record of mercury and ancient 
civilizations in seal hairs from King George 
Island, West Antarctica.
Science of the Total Environment 368(1): 236-247.



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