[MARMAM] New publications week 14

Jan Herrmann jan.herrmann at cetacea.de
Mon May 7 02:10:33 PDT 2007


Dear all,

here are some new publications of week 14 / 2007,
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

Anonymous (2007):
Brief Reviews: MARINE MAMMALS: EVOLUTIONARY 
BIOLOGY. Second edition. Annalisa Berta, James L. 
Sumich, and Kit M. Kovacs. 2006. Burlington, MA, 
and San Diego: Academic Press. x + 547 p, 
illustrated, hard cover. ISBN 0-12-088552-2. 
£43.99; $US69.95; EUR 63.95.
Polar Record 43(): 191-191.

Borrell, A. and A. Aguilar (2007):
Organochlorine concentrations declined during 
1987-2002 in western Mediterranean bottlenose 
dolphins, a coastal top predator.
Chemosphere 66(2): 347-352.

Fossi, M.C., S. Casini, and L. Marsili (2007):
Potential toxicological hazard due to 
endocrine-disrupting chemicals on mediterranean 
top predators: State of art, gender differences 
and methodological tools.
Environmental Research 104(1): 174-182.

Krützen, M., C. van Schaik, and A. Whiten (2007):
Letters: The animal cultures debate: response to Laland and Janik.
Trends in Ecology and Evolution 22(1): 6.

Laland, K.N. and V.M. Janik (2007):
Letters Response: Response to Krützen et al.: 
Further problems with the 'method of exclusion'.
Trends in Ecology and Evolution 22(1): 7.

Teuten, E.L. and C.M. Reddy (2007):
Halogenated organic compounds in archived whale oil: a pre-industrial record.
Environmental Pollution 145(3): 668-671.

Wenzel, G.W. (2007):
Book Review: MARINE MAMMALS AND NORTHERN 
CULTURES. Arne Kalland and Frank Sejersen. 2005. 
Edmonton: Canadian Circumpolar Institute Press. v 
+349 p, illustrated, soft cover. ISBN 
1-896445-26-8.
Polar Record 43(2): 190-191.


PINNIPEDIA

Castinel, A. et al. (2007):
Characterization of Klebsiella pneumoniae 
isolates from New Zealand sea lion (Phocarctos 
hookeri) pups during and after the epidemics on 
Enderby Island, Auckland Islands.
Veterinary Microbiology 122(1-2): 178-184.

Labrada-Martagon, V., D. Aurioles-Gamboa, and M.I. Castro-Gonzalez (2007):
Relation of Dental Wear to the Concentrations of 
Essential Minerals in Teeth of the California Sea 
Lion Zalophus californianus californianus.
Biological Trace Element Research 115(2): 107-126.

Maravilla-Chavez, M.O. et al. (2006):
Reduction of the impact produced by sea lions on the fisheries in Mexico.
J. Environ. Biol. 27(4): 629-631.

Reid, S.M. et al. (2007):
Development of a real-time reverse transcription 
polymerase chain reaction assay for detection of 
marine caliciviruses (genus Vesivirus).
Journal of Virological Methods 140(1-2): 166-173.

Twiss, S.D. et al. (2007):
The impact of climatic variation on the opportunity for sexual selection.
Biology Letters 3(1): 12-15.


OTHER MARINE MAMMALS

Derocher, A.E. and I.R. Stone (2007):
An incident of polar bear infanticide and cannibalism on Phippsøya, Svalbard.
Polar Record 43(2): 171-173.

Sonne, C. et al. (2007):
Are liver and renal lesions in East Greenland 
polar bears (Ursus maritimus) associated with 
high mercury levels?
Environmental Health 6(1): 11.

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