[MARMAM] Contents: Marine Mammal Science Vol 24(1)

Jan Herrmann jan.herrmann at cetacea.de
Sat Apr 5 00:05:53 PDT 2008


Dear all,

Marine Mammal Science Vol 24(1) has the following
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------ Marine Mammal Science Vol. 24(1) ------

REVIEW ARTICLE

Wirsing, A.J. et al. 2008. Seascapes of fear: evaluating sublethal 
predator effects experienced and generated by marine mammals. Marine 
Mammal Science 24(1): 1-15.


ARTICLES

Sigler, M.F. et al. 2008. Sperm whale depredation of sablefish 
longline gear in the Northeast Pacific ocean. Marine Mammal Science 
24(1): 16-27.

Houser, D.S., A. Gomez-Rubio, and J.J. Finneran. 2008. Evoked 
potential audiometry of 13 Pacific bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops 
truncatus gilli). Marine Mammal Science 24(1): 28-41.

Baron, S.C. et al. 2008. Differences in acoustic signals from 
Delphinids in the western North Atlantic and northern Gulf of Mexico. 
Marine Mammal Science 24(1): 42-56.

Udevitz, M.S., D.M. Burn, and M.A. Webber. 2008. Estimation of walrus 
populations on sea ice with infrared imagery and aerial photography. 
Marine Mammal Science 24(1): 57-70.

Venn-Watson, S. et al. 2008. Use of a serum-based glomerular 
filtration rate prediction equation to assess renal function by age, 
sex, fasting, and health status in bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops 
truncatus). Marine Mammal Science 24(1): 71-80.

Garrigue, C., N. Patenaude, and H. Marsh. 2008. Distribution and 
abundance of the dugong in New Caledonia, southwest Pacific. Marine 
Mammal Science 24(1): 81-90.

Thiemann, G.W., S.J. Iverson, and I. Stirling. 2008. Variation in 
blubber fatty acid composition among marine mammals in the Canadian 
Arctic. Marine Mammal Science 24(1): 91-111.

Brotons, J.M., A.M. Grau, and L. Rendell. 2008. Estimating the impact 
of interactions between bottlenose dolphins and artisanal fisheries 
around the Balearic Islands. Marine Mammal Science 24(1): 112-127.

Knoff, A., A. Hohn, and S. Macko. 2008. Ontogenetic diet changes in 
bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) reflected through stable 
isotopes. Marine Mammal Science 24(1): 128-137.

Thompson, P.M. and H. Wheeler. 2008. Photo-ID-based estimates of 
reproductive patterns in female harbor seals. Marine Mammal Science 
24(1): 138-146.

Proffitt, K.M. et al. 2008. Using form analysis techniques to improve 
photogrammetric mass-estimation methods. Marine Mammal Science 24(1): 
147-158.

Sinisalo, T. et al. 2008. Changes in diets of individual Baltic 
ringed seals (Phoca hispida botnica) during their breeding season 
inferred from stable isotope analysis of multiple tissues. Marine 
Mammal Science 24(1): 159-170.

Dunphy-Daly, M.M., M.R. Heithaus, and D.E. Claridge. 2008. Temporal 
variation in dwarf sperm whale (Kogia sima) habitat use and group 
size off Great Abaco Island, Bahamas. Marine Mammal Science 24(1): 
171-182.

Clapham, P.J., A. Aguilar, and L.T. Hatch. 2008. Determining spatial 
and temporal scales for management: lessons from whaling. Marine 
Mammal Science 24(1): 183-201.


NOTES

Duffy-Echevarria, E.E., R.C. Connor, and D.J. St. Aubin. 2008. 
Observations of strand-feeding behavior by bottlenose dolphins 
(Tursiops truncatus) in Bull Creek, South Carolina. Marine Mammal 
Science 24(1): 202-206.

Horsburgh, J.M. et al. 2008. Determining feeding events and prey 
encounter rates in a southern elephant seal: a method using swim 
speed and stomach temperature. Marine Mammal Science 24(1): 207-217.

Tringali, M.D. et al. 2008. Simultaneous use of the X- and 
Y-chromosome genes SMCX, SMCY, and DBY for sex determination in the 
Florida manatee (Trichechus manatus latirostris). Marine Mammal 
Science 24(1): 218-224.

Visser, I.N. et al. 2008. Antarctic peninsula killer whales (Orcinus 
orca) hunt seals and a penguin on floating ice. Marine Mammal Science 
24(1): 225-234.

Boren, L., M. Morrissey, and N.J. Gemmell. 2008. Motor vehicle 
collisions and the New Zealand fur seal in the Kaikoura region. 
Marine Mammal Science 24(1): 235-238.

van den Hoff, J. and M.G. Morrice. 2008. Sleeper shark (Somniosus 
antarcticus) and other bite wounds observed on southern elephant 
seals (Mirounga leonina) at Macquarie Island. Marine Mammal Science 
24(1): 239-247.


BOOKS

Reeves, R.R. 2008. Leviathan: the history of whaling in America. 
Marine Mammal Science 24(1): 248-250.


LETTERS

Ray, C.E. 2008. The fossil record of Eumetopias. Marine Mammal 
Science 24(1): 251-252.



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